There's absolutely no way at all that Neymar's off to Real Madrid any time soon.
On Monday night, they saw fit to issue a statement insisting they absolutely-definitely-100% have *not* made an offer to Paris Saint-Germain for the Brazilian global.
Paper Round's view: Drastic measures taken by the European champions. "Real Madrid has made no offer of any kind to PSG or the player".
Neymar moved to Paris for £200m from Real's domestic rivals Barcelona previous year, but amid rumours of his unhappiness in Ligue 1, talk over a switch back to Spain has gathered pace.
'Real Madrid is surprised that Spanish public television has been able to broadcast absolutely false information without anyone from the club being contacted about the alleged information that could easily have been denied'.
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'Given the information issued tonight by TVE on a supposed offer of Real Madrid to PSG and player Neymar, Real Madrid CF said that this information is outright false.
Neymar's future has been the subject of intense speculation over the past few months and a return to La Liga has been discussed.
Los Blancos have been long credited with interest in the Paris Saint-Germain star, who scored in his country's 2-0 World Cup last 16 win over Mexico on Monday afternoon.
They will now face Belgium on Friday, who squeezed past Japan after a last-gasp goal from Nacer Chadli.