James Rodriguez's father-in-law has claimed that the Colombian would be very interested in a move to Napoli if he finds himself looking for a new club this summer.
Rodriguez is currently on loan at Bayern Munich from Real Madrid, but it is thought that neither side are keen to retain him for next season.
Speaking to Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli, Rodriguez's father-in-law, Hernan Ospina, admitted the 27-year-old would love to reunite with manager Carlo Ancelotti, who has worked with Rodriguez at both Real and Bayern.
"My daughter confirmed to me that James and Carlo Ancelotti have a very strong relationship. I hope that he will come to Naples with this coach as soon as possible and I believe that Carlo Ancelotti wants the same thing. I imagine this solution would appeal to James but also to the whole family."
Ancelotti was in charge of Real when they completed the £63m signing of Rodriguez in 2014. However, he soon found himself out of the team and, after two seasons as a reserve, he was sent on a two-year loan to Bundesliga giants Bayern in 2017, where he again joined up with Ancelotti.
However, the Italian moved to Napoli last summer, and Rodriguez's future is once again up in the air. He still has two years remaining on his contract with Real, but Los Blancos are keen to sell him to raise funds for a hectic summer transfer window.