Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has conceded striker Ezequiel Lavezzi could leave the club in the summer.
Argentina striker Lavezzi has been at the heart of Napoli's recent success, which has seen the club re-establish itself back in Italy's top flight, qualify for the UEFA Champions League and, most recently, win the Coppa Italia.
His performances have not gone unnoticed and the 27-year-old has been consistently linked with a move away from the club over the past few months.
Serie A rivals Inter and big-spending Paris St Germain are two of the sides reportedly keen on signing the frontman.
Speaking after his side's 2-0 Coppa Italia triumph over Juventus on Sunday, De Laurentiis admitted that Lavezzi may be on the move.
However, he stressed that the former San Lorenzo man would only go to a club that matches a release clause in his contract, believed to be in the region of €31million.
"Lavezzi? He is 27-years-old, let him decide his destiny," said the 62-year-old.
"There is a release clause, should someone arrive and pay it, he will leave."