Neymar "very happy" at Barcelona

Neymar celebrates getting on the scoresheet during the La Liga game between Barcelona and Getafe on March 12, 2016
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Barcelona attacker Neymar insists that he is "very happy" at Camp Nou, despite the fact that he has still not signed a new contract with the Spanish giants.

Neymar has reiterated his commitment to Barcelona, claiming that he is "very happy" at Camp Nou.

The Brazil captain joined Barcelona from Santos in 2013 and has two years left on the five-year contract that he penned upon making the move to Camp Nou.

Manchester United were linked with a move for the 24-year-old last summer amid reports that contract talks had broken down, but Neymar has insisted that he is not looking to leave the La Liga champions.

"I'm very happy here at Barcelona. I feel at home. I don't see myself leaving Barca," Neymar told Globoesporte.

Neymar, whose move to Spain is still under legal investigation, has scored 79 times in 128 appearances for Barcelona, including 25 in 36 games this season.

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