Simone Zaza’s father, who acts as the West Ham striker’s agent, says he would listen to offers for his son.
However, Antonio Zaza also revealed he has yet to had any contact from clubs regarding Simone’s availability in January, despite recent reports claiming Napoli wanted to take him on loan when the transfer window reopened in the new year.
The Italy international joined the Hammers on loan from Juventus last summer, with the club having to buy the forward €20m should he play 14 games for them this season.
“Napoli is Napoli. If they called, I would listen,” Antonio Zaza told Corriere dello Sport. “The contract is dependent on the games that Simone plays.
“He must accumulate 14 appearances in order for the deal to become permanent, and up to now he has played nine.
“So far he has not been contacted by any club, but if someone seeks me out, of course I would listen.
“I am available to all, but especially to Napoli.”