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Hamsik could consider top clubs

Napoli star Marek Hamsik would welcome a move to Barcelona, Chelsea or Real Madrid, according to the player's agent.

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Hamsik has been one of the leading stars for Napoli this season and the club are currently working on an extension to his contract.

However, Hamsik had told a newspaper in his native Slovakia in the summer that he would have been keen on a move to AC Milan, and agent Mino Raiola has now refused to rule out an exit.

"If Napoli were to receive an offer from Barcelona, Chelsea or Real Madrid, then it would be logical to accept," he told Radio CRC.

Hamsik said earlier in the week that he was not seeking a move away from Naples.

"I'm fine," Hamsik told Italia 1. "I am very happy in Napoli. Every player plays to win - I have not won anything yet and I miss it - but Napoli are doing everything possible to win something."

Napoli face Chelsea in the Champions League knockout rounds after finishing ahead of Manchester City and Villarreal in the group stage and Hamsik added: "We didn't expect to pass the group of death. Now we have to face Chelsea, who are a very strong team with great players, but we want to continue to amaze."

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