NAPOLI boss Carlo Ancelotti had admitted Lorenzo Insigne and Kalidou Koulibaly can quit the club if they want.
The Italian chief, 59, claimed he has never stood in the way of a player looking to leave before and isn’t going to start now.
Koulibaly is a big-money target for Manchester United this summer, with Chelsea and Liverpool interested in Insigne.
And speaking of the transfer speculation, Ancelotti said: “We don’t need to sell our best players.
“We can sign new players following our ideas.
“However, I am not going to block who wants to leave, I’ve never done it in my career.”
But Ancelotti went on to say he has no plans to go anywhere, despite fans hoping for a return of Chelsea chief Maurizio Sarri, adding: “I am happy in Naples, nothing has changed.
“I want to continue what I’ve begun, there are all the conditions to be motivated, the rest is just talking.”
Napoli crashed out of the Europa League at the quarter-final stage at the hands of Arsenal, losing 3-0 on aggregate.
Ancelotti went on to claim the defeat has affected them in all competitions, saying: “The problem is not physical.
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“We check it every time, every day and if there was a problem we’d know.
“Look at what happened against Atalanta, we lost ourselves after the first struggle.
“It’s not a physical problem, we were badly eliminated by Europa League and this is affecting us.”