Napoli ace Marek Hamsik has again failed to rule out a summer exit from the Stadio San Paolo.
The Slovakian gave an interview with the Pravda newspaper earlier this week where he spoke of the possibility of joining Milan.
The Rossoneri and Napoli reacted to that report by insisting no transfer will be done, but Hamsik has added more fuel to the fire this afternoon.
"I've heard that there has been a lot of talk, not all of it true," he told Sky Sport Italia on Thursday.
"I'm happy at Napoli and I'm in no rush to leave, but if a big club made an offer then Napoli and myself would think about it.
"But it isn't as if I have to leave Napoli."
Milan are the most likely contenders to net the former Brescia player and they are apparently lining up a €30m offer.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis this afternoon insisted that he wouldn't sell Hamsik for €40m.
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