The club president insists the Uruguay international could yet stay in Naples and has rejected reports that Paris Saint-Germain have triggered the striker's contract clause
The striker has been heavily linked with the likes of Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City since the 2012-13 season finished though none of the European giants have triggered his £53 million contract clause.
Goal exclusively reported on Wednesday that Cavani has his heart set on a dream move to the Premier League and wants to join Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.
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"We have not received an offer from PSG for Cavani," he told Sky Sport 24. "We are a rich club that respects financial fair play, we do not need to sell our players.
"If someone wants 'El Matador' then they will have to pay the €63m [£53m] clause. If we do not get offers, we would be happy to have him with us at least until his contract expires in 2017."
Cavani scored twice for Uruguay in their third-place play-off against Italy at the Confederations Cup to take his tally for the tournament to three goals, though his strikes were unable to save the side from defeat in a penalty shoot-out.