Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claims he has no intention of parting with Edinson Cavani or Marek Hamsik during the summer transfer window.
Speculation regarding the pair's future in Italy continues to mount, with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City said to be readying big-money bids.
Napoli have fended off the rumours on a regular basis, with club officials and the players themselves ruling out imminent exits.
De Laurentiis has previously admitted that everyone has their price but he has made it clear that he is attempting to piece together a successful side, not break one up.
"Do clubs in England and Spain have the money to buy Cavani? We will see," De Laurentiis told Sky Italia.
"We have recently spent a lot of money on (Eduardo) Vargas and we are waiting for him to grow as a player.
"We had to pay a lot for him so anyone wanting Cavani will have to make an adequate offer. Not out of respect for me, but for him. He is a really good player who feels happy at Napoli.
"As for Hamsik, there have been many requests down the years but he has a contract with us until 2016."