Diego Maradona is still fuming over his side's World Cup exit but could be given a breath of fresh air by Napoli.
Maradona's doctor Alfredo Cahe was initially worried about the legend's health after Argentina's 4-0 thumping by Germany but has revealed that the defeat has no serious implications on his health.
"He is well, but angry with the elimination from the World Cup in South Africa. He is reflecting, but has not fallen into depression," Cahe told Tuttosport.
"He is well, better than I thought he would be. The game against Germany was strange, I thought he would have been in a worse condition.
"I have not seen him as giving up. He is just angry and sad, but he is reflecting."
There have been talks of Maradona quitting his role as Argentina coach and he has been linked with a return to Napoli as coach.
The Vesuviani however, have avoided confirming their interest in the controversial coach.
But Walter Mazzarri, who is the current manager of the club, is looking forward to seeing Maradona at the club as he invites him for a friendly visit.