According to the Daily Mirror, Neymar has all but ruled out a move to Manchester City in the future by not listing them in a group of big European clubs that it would be a dream to join.
The Brazilian, who is rated as one of the best young players around at the moment, is currently plying his trade in his native country with Santos, but a move to one of the big leagues in Europe seems to be on the cards.
When it comes to teams interested, the 21-year-old is likely to be spoilt for choice with the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Chelsea all keen, along with the current English Premier League champions.
However, despite interest from Robert Mancini’s team, it seems as though Neymar wants a move to one of the La Liga giants or the current European Champions.
When he will leave Santos is still unsure, but the tricky attacker has given as clue as to where he might be heading.
This could now spark a bidding war between these three clubs, but with the financial power Man City have, they still have a chance of securing his services in the future.
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