Napoli have decided to keep Eduardo Vargas despite interest in his services from a host of Serie A rivals.
The Chilean, 22, has struggled to make the right sort of impression since his big money January move to the Stadio San Paolo.
Genoa, Torino and Siena have recently shown an interest in taking the South American on loan for the 2012-13 season.
However, Il Mattino is this morning reporting that the Azzurri have decided to make no more changes to their attacking department.
Boss Walter Mazzarri will continue to have Vargas, Edinson Cavani, Goran Pandev and Lorenzo Insigne at his disposal in attack.
The former Universidad De Chile ace has yet to score in 14 appearances for the Italian club.
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