Although Neymar's future remains unknown for now, the evidence is building to suggest that the Brazilian will end up at one of Spain's two giants.
The latest person to indicate this is Jo Amancio, considered the player's 'adopted' brother. He lived with Neymar from the age of 13 to 20 and is one of the people closest to the Santos star.
In an interview with 'Todomercadoweb.com', Jo Amancio was sure that Neymar's future lies overseas: "I don't know if he'll play for Barcelona or Real Madrid, but I think he'll come to Europe. They're two very good teams, the best in the world", signalled the player.
Amancio, who could soon sign for Leganés, is convinced that his 'brother' will be a success in European football: "I think Neymar would stand out just like in Brazil. I don't think he'd have any problems. He's a very skilful player, unusual; a phenomenon."