Slovakian midfielder Marek Hamsik, who has managed to establish himself as one of the important members of the Italian club Napoli, has said that he hopes that manager Walter Mazzarri and striker Edinson Cavani will remain at the club next season as well.

These three are amongst the important cogs of Napoli. They have been able to transform a club that was fighting to finish in the top half of the table to a club that can challenge Juventus for the title. Napoli will once again qualify for the Champions league next season as they are expected to finish second in the season.

However, several transfer rumours are threatening to break apart the team that has been hugely influential in Italy over the last few years. Edinson Cavani has been linked with a move to some of the top clubs in Europe like PSG and Manchester City. He is expected to cost in excess of £ 40 million, but that is unlikely to worry these mega rich clubs. After helping transform Napoli into a title challenger, Mazzarri has also been attracting attention from several clubs as well.

Even Hamsik has been linked with a move to Chelsea as the replacement for Frank Lampard, but the midfielder is hoping that Cavani and Mazzarri stay at the club next season.
"It's difficult to think of a Napoli without Cavani and Mazzarri; we would lose a player who has scored more than 100 goals and a coach who has turned us into challengers for the Scudetto. I hope Mazzarri and Cavani don't go, so that we can make this Napoli great. In the last three years, we have obtained great results and we want to continue like that," said Hamsik, who has been in great form this season. Hamsik has 10 goals from 36 appearances this season.