Napoli have slapped a price tag of 100million euros on star striker Edinson Cavani following fresh speculation about the Uruguayan's future.
Cavani is reportedly a target of several top European clubs after an excellent campaign with the Serie A outfit.
The 24-year-old was instrumental in Napoli's third-placed finish last season, scoring 26 league goals.
And having only signed a new deal last month to keep him at Napoli until June 2016, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is only prepared to let him go if an offer comes in that is worth more than €100m (£89.3m).
"I should have my license as president of Napoli taken away if I sell Cavani unless it is for 100 million euros," De Laurentiis told Corriere dello Sport.
"He recently signed a contract extension and I have given him a good deal, which he merits."
Cavani joined Napoli, who will play in next season's UEFA Champions League, from Palermo last summer.