Lorenzo Insigne's agent has claimed that a number of big teams are tracking the Napoli starlet, but the Serie A side are not keen to let him go.
The 20-year-old attacker is currently on loan at Pescara, and had an excellent campaign last season on a temporary deal at Foggia.
The product of the San Paolo youth system scored a brace on his debut for Italy Under-21s on Thursday night, as Ciro Ferrara's men thumped Liechtenstein 7-2.
However, even before his national bow, agent Fabio Andreotti has revealed that there have been enquiries about his client.
"My phone is boiling, and not just after the game with the Under-21s," he told Calcio Mercato.
"There have already been many requests for Insigne, two major Serie A clubs are already interested in him, and have asked for information. Requests also came from Germany and England. It's up to Napoli."
Despite the chance of a move, Andreotti has stated that the striker is keen to break into Walter Mazzarri's first team.
"Lorenzo has a contract until 2016; his intention is to [break into] the first team. This is Insigne's dream: he wants to play with [Edinson] Cavani and [Ezequiel] Lavezzi.
"Napoli know that this is a player who will have a big career, and know that many big clubs are following him. Even after Christmas we will meet to determine his return in June. He just wants to [play for] Napoli and they are focusing on him," he concluded.