Neymar has committed his future to Barcelona amid interest from Manchester United Reuters

Manchester United target Neymar has put rumours about a possible summer move away from Barcelona to rest by reiterating his desire to remain in Camp Nou for the foreseeable future.

The Brazil international, who signed a new five-year deal last year, has been linked with a switch to Old Trafford. Spanish publication Sport suggested that Jose Mourinho is personally overseeing the negotiations with United ready to meet his £172.9m ($222m) release clause and offer him a lucrative €25m-a-year deal – equivalent to €480,000 (£415,000)-a-week.

The speculation broke out after Neymar expressed his interest in playing in the Premier League in the future admitting that any player would love to play under a manager like Mourinho or Pep Guardiola. He also mentioned his admiration for United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool.

The Portuguese manager has since admitted that it will be "impossible" to convince Barcelona to part with one of their three best players alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez. The Red Devils boss thinks that Neymar, who is almost five years younger than the Argentine star, will be the main figure in the team when the latter calls time on his Barcelona career.

The Brazilian forward has now again made it clear that he has no intention of leaving his current employers anytime soon after calling Barcelona his home. Neymar also praised outgoing manager Luis Enrique, who, after three years at the helm, has announced his exit after the current campaign.

"I want to be here and that's why I renewed. I'm happy with everything I've done for the club. Happy with my team-mates and I feel at home," Neymar said in an interview with BeIn Sports, as quoted by the Express.