Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri says he doesn't listen to rumours like the ones circulating about Juventus planning to hire him this summer.
Last night Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis told reporters that Mazzarri could leave but also revealed his belief that he wouldn't betray the club.
Speaking to Radio Marte, Mazzarri said: "I am experienced and I don't listen to rumours when the season is still in course.
"Regarding the clubs who are following me, I have simply thanked them, it's a reason to be proud and De Laurentiis has also confirmed as much.
"The relationship with the President is exceptional. We work in harmony. We have undertaken a path of dizzying improvement and that must continue.
"It's normal that at the end of the season we'll sit around a table and draw out the guidelines regardless of the contracts.
"I haven't any kind of problem neither with the club nor the city. As for the rest, nothing else interests me. We must finish the season well without allowing rumours to distract us."
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