However, Montenegrin international could leave if substantial offer is made.
Fiorentina have warned off clubs hoping to sign Stevan Jovetic this summer, by stating that the striker will only leave if his asking price is met.
Following on from sporting director Daniele Prade’s comments, essentially the club will listen if Jovetic’s asking price of €30m, in cash only, is met.
However, they are not interested in any cash plus player deals as suggested by Juventus, who have emerged as favourites for the 23-year-old’s signature.
Jovetic has also garnered interest from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United as reported by Sky Sports, but it remains to be seen if either are interested in paying that fee to land their target.
Nevertheless, it is now clear what it will take to prize the Montenegrin away from Florence, with Prade keen to stress that the player has made no indication he wishes to leave.
“Stevan is not on the market. There is a promise made by the President [Andrea Della Valle] to him, that he can leave if we get an offer of €30m cash,” Prade told Corriere dello Sport.
“If not we’d gladly keep him. Jovetic has not said he wants to go away, it’s a subject that will have to do with him and the president.
“There have not been offers, we only met the player’s agent Ramadani. The president has not authorised me to speak with Juventus, it is up to the president to decide.”
Meanwhile, Prade also spoke on Adem Ljajic’s future, suggesting that the Serbian star is more likely to sign a new contract, while the club are also close to securing a deal for Malaga winger Joaquin.
It promises to be an intriguing summer for the Viola, who after narrowly missing out on the Champions League last season, are expected to strengthen over the summer and improve what is already an impressive project under coach Vincenzo Montella.