Slovakia international Robert Mak has confirmed that he wishes to leave Nurnburg at the end of the season.
Mak, 22, joined the Bundesliga side from Manchester City in 2010, but in the wake of reported interest from Serie A side Napoli, has made it clear that he wishes to leave the club.
"I have a contract with FC Nurnburg, of course," Mak told Abendzeitung newspaper.
"But I definitely want to move to Napoli this summer. I am excited about this."
Better news for Nurnberg is the news that they have agreed new deals with their managerial duo, manager Michael Wiesinger and assistant manager Armin Reutershahn.
Both of their current contracts were due to expire this summer, but the new deals will keep them in charge at the Grundig-Stadion until June 2015.
"When Dieter Hecking left for VfL Wolfsburg last winter we had intensively thought about his successor," general manager Martin Bader told the club's official website.
"We had then taken the decision in favour of Michael Wiesinger and Armin Reutershahn. It was the best decision we could make. This duo have done a great job with the first team. Therefore it was an easy choice to keep the faith in them."