Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri is ignoring rumours linking him with a move to Inter , instead focusing on adding to the San Siro giants’ current coach Claudio Ranieri ‘s misery when the teams meet on Sunday. The Giuseppe Meazza chief has come under pressure after a drop in performances and results, with his San Paolo counterpart touted as a potential replacement. Despite the media speculation, Mazzarri is concentrating on his team and not considering a move away from Naples. “The speculation does not interest me, I just think of Napoli. I have a contract until 2013,” he stated in a press conference ahead of the game. Although Inter have lost six out of their last seven games in all competitions, including a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Napoli in the Coppa Italia, the ex-Sampdoria coach is expecting a tightly-contested game. “It will be a difficult match. They have a high level of quality, and also the rage of a wounded team that has failed to get a result recently,” Mazzarri opined. “We have to concentrate, being careful not to give anything away. Each ball that can be recovered or lost could make us win or lose. “If we play as we have in our latest games, we can win.” Despite their European heroics in beating Chelsea 3-1 in the first leg of their Champions League tie, Napoli are currently in sixth place in Serie A, one point ahead of Inter.
Napoli’s Mazzarri ignores Inter speculation