Marek Hamsik hints at potential future move

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Liverpool edge closer to signing Napoli star Marek Hamsik after he refused to rule out the chance of a move during the January transfer window.

Brendan Rodgers has been linked with the midfielder for over a year now and it is suspected that the Reds Chief will be hoping to bring him to Anfield this January.

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Renewed bid in the works

The Daily Express says Liverpool will make a renewed bid for the 27-year-old during the next transfer window.

However, he will not be alone in his chase to sign the Slovakian international, with both Chelsea and Manchester United rumoured to also be interested.

Hamsik happy at Napoli for now

Hamsik has admitted he has doubts about his future with the Italian side and is open to the idea of a transfer this season. Nonetheless he has also claimed he is happy with his club and could spend the rest of his career playing there.

He told reporters:  “It is possible that I can stay at Napoli for my entire career, I am happy here but in football you never know.

“As long as I am happy and I feel important I will stay here because I have no reason to change.

“Each day I hear from the fans talk of the Scudetto - we have to try at all costs, but no-one will know if we can succeed - we have to wait.”

It would take an impressive bid to lure the midfielder to Anfield, around the region of €15 million - 20 million, which would be a bargain for a player of such class and presence.

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