Santos president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro insists Neymar will stay at the club despite reports linking the striker with Real Madrid.
Chelsea, Man City and Manchester United are also believed to be interested in the 19-year-old, along with several Serie A sides, as the race to sign the £40million-rated Brazil international continues.
Ribeiro has insisted several times already this summer that his prize asset is not for sale, although he, Neymar and his agent, Wagner Ribeiro, have on other occasions also hinted that a move could still happen, with their conflicting comments leading to some speculating that a deal could happen and that the club are trying to bump up the teenager's price.
However, Neymar is believed to be keen on staying with Santos until at least the end of the year so he can play in December's Club World Cup in Japan, which could lead to a January move to Europe.
But despite recent reports suggesting Real Madrid were close to agreeing a five-year deal with the brilliant Brazilian, Ribeiro insists he has no plans to let Neymar leave the club.
"He will stay at Santos," he told AS. "It is not safe, but that is my intention, my objective.
"I have talked a lot with his father, and now we will resume those conversations. It does not make sense he leaves now.
"I have spoken with Real Madrid's president [Florentino Perez] a few times, I told him that Neymar is indispensable to us and for at least the next six months.
"The player's wish is yet to be defined. It is clear he will not leave if the release clause is not met, and my conviction is that Neymar wants to stay in Brazil some time more."
Ribeiro also claimed he would ask Brazil's president, Dilma Rousseff, for help in providing additional funding.
"The government has great companies that invest in sports," he added. "In volleyball, for example, the Bank of Brazil is its main sponsor.
"In futsal, our best player, Falcao, is also sponsored by the Bank of Brazil.
"There is a lot to talk, because of the 2014 World Cup, to keep our best players."