Stamford Bridge boss denies speculation linking club with Brazilian star.
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti says signing Santos forward Neymar is not in the club’s plans.
The 19-year-old declared it would be his dream to play at Stamford Bridge and was subject of £23million bid last summer.
After the Scotland game, Neymar said: “It’s a dream of every player to play at Chelsea.” He made similar comments earlier in the season.
But Ancelotti, who watched the Brazilian play in the 2-0 victory over Scotland, says the club are not interested having spent £50million on Fernando Torres in January.
“It’s good news because it’s good for the club and the manager if players want to come here,” Ancelotti said.
“It shows the rumours are true – there’s a good atmosphere here. He’s very young, a fantastic talent. At this moment, we’re not interested.”
“It was a good performance (against Scotland), but the best player on the pitch was [the Chelsea midfielder] Ramires – 100%.”
Since Neymar made his comments, he has shown interest in Barcelona whilst saying he wants to see out the remaining three-years on his contract with Santos.