Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claims that he will not accept any bid of less than 100 million euros for star striker Edinson Cavani.
Cavani, 24, is a target of several top European clubs after an excellent campaign with the Serie A outfit saw him bag 26 league goals after signing from Palermo last summer.
The Uruguayan's golas helped Napoli qualify for the Champions League and De Laurentis is determined to have Cavani spearhead his side at European football's top table.
"I should have my license as president of Napoli taken away if I sell Cavani unless it is for 100 million euros,'' Cavani said to Corriere dello Sport. "He recently signed a contract extension and I have given him a good deal, which he merits.''
Cavani signed a one-year contract extension last month, tying him to the Naples outfit until June 2016.