The Partenopei supremo does not rule out selling the highly-rated forward, but only if a potential suitor meet his hefty valuation of the UruguayanNapoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has revealed that he is willing to sell star striker Edinson Cavani, but only if a €70 million bid comes in for him.
The Uruguay international has been strongly with Juventus in recent times as the Bianconeri look to strengthen their attack in the summer.
De Laurentiis has admitted that he is prepared to part company with Cavani, but warned all interested parties that they must be ready to break the bank to land the 25-year-old.
"Cavani? I would like to say that my intention is to sell him," he told reporters.
"Sure, if someone comes up with €70m for him..."
Cavani, who joined Napoli from Palermo in 2010, scored 33 goals in all competitions in 2011-12.