'I don't know what the future holds' - Santos' Neymar on Serie A switch

The Brazil international has continually been linked with a move away from his current club, but wants to focus on the Copa America for now
Santos attacker Neymar has made it clear that he's not thinking about a summer transfer at the moment as he's fully focused on the upcoming 2011 Copa America in Argentina in July.

The highly rated forward is considered to be one of the most promising youngsters in the world and has already been linked with European powerhouses such as Barcelona, Chelsea and Juventus in the past couple of months.

"Serie A? I don't know what the future holds for me. It's in the hands of God. I really don't know what will happen in June," Neymar was quoted as saying by Sky Sport 24.

"I just want to focus on the upcoming Copa America. I have to do my utmost to earn myself a spot in the squad."

Neymar is among the best paid players in Brazil and has made it clear that he's pleased that he's getting rewarded for his fine performances.

"I'm very happy that my work is appreciated. I love to play together with the lads at Santos and we'd love to continue playing together. It doesn't just depend on what we want though."

The 19-year-old is widely expected to be included in Brazil's Copa America squad and is keen to help the Selecao to their third consecutive trophy.

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