Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has put a price tag of over €200 million on attacking trio Edinson Cavani, Ezequiel Lavezz and Marek Hamsik.
The three players have been vital to the club's rise in Serie A and also in their efforts in the Champions League - where they have a 3-1 lead over Chelsea in their bid to reach the quarter-finals. Indeed, the stars have received much attention from other clubs, although De Laurentiis is certain no-one can afford what he would want for them.
"Nobody is capable of buying them," De Laurentiis told Radio 24. "I won't sell them. I'd only sell for an offer I couldn't refuse, which would be double or even triple the value of the player.
"I wouldn't even sell Cavani for €70m. I once provoked by saying his price-tag was €100m. Lavezzi is the soul of Napoli and I wouldn't sell him for €50m.
"Hamsik? I consider him my son and he is also worth around €50m. My books are balanced, so I am not forced to sell anyone."