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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona confident Neymar remains happy amid reports of PSG interest

Barcelona are confident that Neymar remains happy at the Camp Nou amid reports that Paris Saint-Germain are triggering the Brazilian's release clause.

Spanish outlet AS reported on Monday that PSG are ready to pay €222 million -- double the world-record transfer -- to sign Neymar, if the player would agree to move to France.

Meanwhile, Diario Sport reported that Neymar was growing "uncomfortable" at getting second billing behind Lionel Messi at Barcelona.

But club spokesperson Josep Vives said the club were unworried when asked if there any concerns Neymar would opt to leave Barcelona this summer.

"The only thing we care is he keeps being happy here," Vives said at a news conference for Barcelona's financial report. "He played a magnificent season and he is still one of the best in the world.

"He is happy in the club and the club is happy with him. He verbalises it and he shows it with his attitude. We are relaxed about that and we only hope next season is better than the last one.

"Neymar's departure is not in the club's imagination; the club just thinks of keeping the best players like him, one of our main symbols."

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Reports say PSG are circling around Neymar, but Barcelona remain sure the Brazilian will ignore the chance to leave.

Earlier on Monday, Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez rejected the possibility that any team would be willing to pay the clause to trigger Neymar's release.

"That's not going to happen," he said when asked if he could imagine Barca without Neymar. "We have not had any offers for any player in our squad and no club will pay the release clause."

At the club's financial meeting, Barcelona announced record revenues of €708m for the 2016-17 financial year, up €13m beyond projections and €29m from the previous year.

Barcelona reported an after-tax profit of €18m while reducing debt by €24.5m to €247m.

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