Napoli have insisted that in-demand striker Gonzalo Higuain will not leave for less than £67m.
The Argentine reportedly wants to quit the Serie A outfit for Champions League football and has been linked with a £36m switch to either Arsenal and Manchester United.
But an official statement from Napoli has revealed that the 27-year-old has a release clause of nearly double that figure, and the Italians will not let him leave for a penny less.
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“With reference to the stories being spread by some of the media about the possible departure of Higuain for a fee in the region of €50m, SSC Napoli would like to make it clear that the Argentinean attacker has a release clause in his contract valued at €94,736,000,” the statement read, according to EPSN.
Higuain has scored 51 goals in 98 games since joining Napoli from Real Madrid £34.5m in 2013.
He is currently on Copa America duty with Argentina and is expected to start Saturday’s quarter-final against Colombia.