The defender did not play down speculation about a summer transfer to San Siro, but insisted he will give his all until the end of the seasonHugo Campagnaro has fuelled speculation he will leave Napoli for Inter this summer after refusing to deny rumours linking him with the club.
The defender scored a late equaliser for the Partenopei as they rescued a point at Lazio, with both teams falling further behind Juventus in the title race after they beat Fiorentina 2-0.
The Argentine will be out of contract at the end of season, and has been repeatedly linked with a free transfer to the Nerazzurri and when asked about the rumours, Campagnaro refused to comment, instead promising to give his all for Napoli this season.
“Inter? As long as I am here, I will always give my all, regardless of circumstances. I’ll still give 100 per cent, that is a guarantee,"he told Sky Italia.
Campagnaro then added that it was important Napoli left Lazio with a point, and that either side could have won the match on Sunday.
“It was a strange game, as we could’ve won it just as easily as lost. It was important to get a point, especially after going behind," he continued.
“Lazio pinned us back in the first half, but we made up for it in the second.”