Santos have once again reiterated they have no intention of selling Neymar to a top European club.
The 19-year-old forward continues to generate speculation on an almost daily basis, with his future the subject of a summer-long transfer saga.
Reports suggest the Brazil international will soon be on his way out of his homeland, with a host of clubs prepared to part with big money in order to secure his signature.
Santos have confirmed the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Chelsea remain keen, with informal discussions having been held.
Barca president Sandro Rosell and Real supremo Florentino Perez have expressed their interest in Neymar, but both have been informed Santos have no desire to discuss a deal.
The Brazilian outfit are determined to see their young forward honour his contract and have warned an ever-lengthening list of suitors no sale will be sanctioned until at least 2012.
Santos president Luis Alvaro De Oliveira told radio programme Al Primer Toque: "Rosell has asked me about Neymar, but we do not want to sell him, at the earliest, until next year.
"I have spoken to Rosell, he is an interesting and elegant man, like Perez. I met him at the farewell for (former Brazil and Barca striker) Ronaldo.
"Neymar is not only wanted by Madrid, he is of interest to Barcelona, Chelsea, Juventus, Paris St Germain. It is normal.
"There will always be dialogue, but we want Neymar to fulfil his contract with Santos."
Neymar's deal with Santos is due to expire in the summer of 2014.