Rumours have it that Neymar is unsettled in France and the Brazilian is eyeing a return to top flight football in Spain.
Paris Saint-Germain have told Neymar that he will not be sold to Real Madrid or Manchester United.
The Ligue 1 champions are willing to leave their world-record signing out of the team next season, if he continues to push for a transfer.
PSG signed Neymar last August for £198million, but the Brazilian is looking to return to Spain after less than a year in France.
Reports in Spain claim that Neymar’s father is in constant contact with Real Madrid’s hierarchy, in an attempt to facilitate a move this summer.
Manchester United have also been linked with a move, with reports claiming that Jose Mourinho’s side are ready to match Neymar’s £30m-a-year salary.
However, according to Arab News, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sporting director, Antero Henrique, have met Neymar to inform him that a move to either Real Madrid or Manchester United will not be agreed under any circumstances.
PSG’s hierarchy faced a similar situation with Marco Verratti last summer when he wanted to join Barcelona, but the midfielder was told his only options were: “To stay. Or stay and not play. Whichever you’d prefer.”