Neymar has again insisted that he is more than happy to stay with Santos, after speculation over a move to Real Madrid intensified.
Chelsea and Real are understood to be in pole position to land the brilliant 19-year-old, who is ready to star for Brazil at the Copa America this summer.
Chelsea were linked with a new bid earlier this summer, but his lead agent Wagner Ribeiro denied this.
But then fresh speculation emerged about Real making a concerted effort and Ribeiro, who has already confirmed it will take over €40million to sign him, admitted anything could happen.
"Could he sign for Madrid? In football anything is possible," he said.
But Neymar has now stressed that he is more than happy at Santos, who he is hoping to lead to Copa Libertadores success later this month as they face Penarol in the final.
"I am very happy because I'm getting goals," he commented.
"I do not know what will happen to my future. I have a contract with the Saints and now I do not know if I will go abroad."
Neymar's current deal with Santos runs until 2014.