Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar labelled reports linking him with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid as "nonsense" while also admitting on Sunday he is not 100 percent in shape after a week's training with Brazil in their World Cup preparations. The 26-year-old Brazilian joined Ligue 1 side PSG from Barcelona for a world record fee of €222 million last summer has been linked with a shock switch to Madrid in the close-season despite being contracted with the Ligue 1 champions until 2022. Neymar season ended early after he suffered foot injury suffered in February which limited his appearance for PSG to only 30 appearance in all competitions during the 2017/18 season, in which he scored 28 and assisted 18. But his effort was enough to help PSG to the domestic treble as they won the Ligue 1 title and both French cups. Now, however, after just one season at PSG, it's been rumoured that the former Brazil captain in unhappy with life at the French capital and he is set for a return to Spain. When questioned about his potential move to Real Madrid, Neymar refuted the speculation tellii journalists at Brazil's football confederation headquarters in Rio de Janeiro that his focus is the World Cup. "The focus is now on the Brazilian team, they are saying nonsense. It's not worth answering." The Brazil international is returning from foot surgery ahead of the World Cup, he revealed that although he still feels discomfort he believes he will be fine for the World Cup. "Physically I am well, my foot is fine. I am adapting to a few things. I still feel some discomfort, but it is not something that will trouble me. "I am not 100 percent yet. But that comes with time. It is normal that I have this fear of making complete movements. Let's take it easy, there are still many days until the [World Cup] opener and I will be 100 percent then." Neymar has not played a match since the injury but hopes to be on the pitch again in Brazil's friendly against Croatia on June 3 in Liverpool. "I am ready to play, there is nothing that can stop me," he said. "What I feel today is this fear because I am coming back now. I hope that dream is not interrupted once more and that it is consolidated with a title for us."