This paper presents an adversarial manifold learning (AML) for speaker recognition based on the probabilistic linear discriminant analysis (PLDA) using i-vectors. PLDA basically consists of an encoder for finding the latent variables and a decoder for reconstructing the i-vectors. AML is developed and incorporated in deep learning for a latent variable model. Low-dimensional latent space is therefore constructed according to an adversarial learning with neighbor embedding. This AML-PLDA is formulated to jointly optimize three learning objectives including a reconstruction error based on PLDA, a subspace learning for neighbor embedding and an adversarial loss caused by a discriminator and a generator. Using the deep neural networks, the generator is trained to fool the discriminator with its generated samples in latent space. The parameters in encoder, decoder and discriminator are jointly estimated by using the stochastic gradient descent algorithm. The experiments on speaker recognition show the merit of AML-PLDA in manifold learning and pattern classification.