ASHLEY Williams's representatives have suggested he could be interested in a move to Napoli if the Italian giants firmed up their reported interest in the Swansea City captain.
Napoli have been touted as potential suitors for Williams since their Europa League tie with Swansea in February.
And Peter Smith, who works for the company who represent Williams, has indicated that the 29-year-old would be willing to talk to Rafael Benitez if the opportunity arises.
"There has been talk of meetings with the club or with Rafa Benitez, but there's no truth in that at the moment," Smith said.
"Clearly we are talking about a great club with an international level manager, so we are ready to talk to Napoli if a call were to come.
"However, until the possibility becomes concrete, there's no point talking about it."
Williams will have only a year to run on his Swansea contract when this season comes to an end.
Garry Monk has urged Swansea's owners to hand him a new contract which will tie him to the Liberty for the rest of his career.