The 29-year-old Brazilian winger was linked with a sensational return to Barcelona in recent seasons amid uncertainty surrounding his future in the French capital.
However, Neymar ended any hopes of an imminent return to the Camp Nou after he penned a new deal this month and tied his future to PSG until 2025.
According to UOL (via Mundo Deportivo), Neymar's PSG deal contains a 'retirement clause' that would allow him to return to his native homeland of Brazil before his retirement.
Brazilian media reports that PSG have the option to extend the former Barcelona superstar's deal by 12 months, keeping him at the Parc des Princes until 2026.
UOL claims that the deal would allow Neymar to return to Brazil in 2026 and enjoy a second stint with boyhood club Santos before retirement.
Neymar has been an instrumental part of PSG's squad since the Parisian club splashed out a world-record £200m transfer fee to sign him from Barcelona in 2017.
Speaking after signing his new deal, the Brazil international opened up about his desire to "put many more trophies on the shelf for PSG."
"I have grown as a person here, as a human being and as a player, too," Neymar told PSG's official website.
The PSG winger added: "I have learned a lot. Things have happened that should not have happened.
"We had fights, a few sad times, but I am happy and proud to be part of the history of Paris St-Germain.
"I hope to put many more trophies on the shelf for PSG."
Neymar has continued to add silverware to his cabinet during his four years with PSG as the Brazilian has lifted three Ligue 1 titles, two Coupe de France trophies and two French League Cups.
The PSG winger also came in touching distance of once again lifting the Champions League title last season, only for his side to lose 1-0 in the final against Bayern Munich.
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