The Brazil striker says the two Spanish giants have come knocking but made it clear he has not decided which club he will chooseSantos star Neymar has admitted that Barcelona and Real Madrid are both vying for his signature.
The Liga duo have been strongly suggested as the likeliest destinations for the 19-year-old, who has emerged as one of the hottest commodities on the transfer market.
Neymar has confirmed that both clubs are keeping tabs on him, but underlined he has not yet agreed to terms with either side.
"Real Madrid and Barcelona have come calling for me. Both clubs want me, I can confirm it, but I have not reached an agreement with any of them," he told AS after Brazil's 1-0 victory over Ghana in an international friendly in London on Monday.
"The interest from Spain's big two makes it that my self-esteem is very high because I am being followed by two big clubs like these."
Neymar's father said on Monday that the 19-year-old is only considering switching clubs at the end of the European season, rather than in January, which is what had been suggested on several occasions during the transfer window.