The world is abuzz with the rumor that Marek Hamšík will be on his way from Naples to Milan in the summer, but Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis has said: "I met Galliani 3 times this week and he never spoke to me about Hamsik. I've had no offers." It's not clear whether ADL means no offers from AC Milan specifically, or no offers from any club (Manchester United are also thought to be interested in the Slovakian).
While Milan have no shortage of attacking players, Hamšík would certainly be an upgrade on the players currently slotting in for the trequartista role. Clarence Seedorf might not even be staying with the rossoneri. Kevin-Prince Boateng's Milan future remains up in the air. And while Hamšík may not always be the most precise finisher, he's an improvement over Robinho's wonder-misses, which seem to occur any time the Brazilian gets a clear chance at goal.
While Edinson Cavani has been the star in Napoli's crown this season, any absence of either Hamšík or Ezequiel Lavezzi has shown just how important all three are to the Napoli attack. Napoli fans are crossing their fingers that De Laurentiis is well aware of this, and doesn't elect to sell a member of the holy trinity.