Brazilian superstar has ended speculations surrounding his future by revealing that he will be staying with French giants Paris Saint Germain.
The 28-year-old had been linked with a return to FC Barcelona this summer but in an interview with the French club's official magazine, the player said that his ambition was to reach another final with PSG and win it.
"I want to reach the Champions League final again and, this time, win it. I like the idea of doing everything in my power to put my name in the club's history books," he said.
Neymar was part of the PSG team that lost the Champions League final at the hands of Bayern with Kingsley Coman goal being the difference.
It has been reported that the club's main project since Qatar Sports Investments bought it in 2011 has been to win the European title and to reach their first Champions League final, PSG spent 1.25 billion euros on signings in the last nine years.
The signing of Neymar in 2017 alone cost Paris Saint-Germain 222 million euros.
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Neymar: “I'm staying at PSG with the ambition to return to the Champions League final to win it. I like the idea of doing everything to leave my name in the history books of my club. My only thought is winning UCL with my teammates.” pic.twitter.com/Np7RyafU8O