Marek Hamšík could end his career at Napoli but it depends on a contract renewal.
The Slovakian international is wanted by a number of clubs after impressing at Euro 2016, and hasn’t definitively committed his future to the Partenopei.
Club President Aurelio De Laurentiis has been noncommittal on a contract renewal, and that could yet see the captain leave the Vesuviani.
“Everything is possible, we’ll see what happens in the next few days,” Hamšík told Slovakian outlet Pravda.
“Now I just want to relax. The season has been long and difficult. I played a lot of matches and my body is feeling it.
“Did I reject Bayern Munich? I don’t know anything about that, it’s nonsense. Even if I got any offer, I’d certainly consider it.
“I feel good at Napoli, and I can imagine finishing my career there. Now what will be important is how the club reacts.
“Even before the end of the season we had a first round of talks on the terms of a new contract. If they agree, I’ll stay.
“However, if not, I’ll have to make arrangements accordingly. Now I want to take some time off and spend it with my family, who I’ve been away from for too long.”