Uruguayan says if he leaves it will be up to club owner De Laurentiis.
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has revealed that he is leaving his future at the club in the hands of owner Aurelio De Laurentiis.
With speculation rife that he will depart Naples this summer, the 26-year-old was keen to emphasise that he is happy with his current situation, and would not force a move.
The Uruguayan international has been prolific since his switch to the San Paolo, and most recently helped the Partenopei finish second in Serie A and thus clinch their place in the Champions League for next season.
However, both Manchester City and Real Madrid have been heavily linked with a move this summer, with the initial response suggesting that De Laurentiis was ready to negotiate a deal, specifically with City in a move which would involve Edin Dzeko.
Despite the rumours, Cavani has insisted that he is not desperate to leave the club and will leave the decision up to De Laurentiis.
“I’m in Uruguay to recharge my batteries. At the moment I am just thinking about next season and Napoli,” he told Ovacion Digital as reported by football-italia.net.
“If I have to leave that will be up to the President. I feel very good in Naples. I have grown and matured there,” he added.
The former Palermo marksman has a significant release clause in his contract at €63m, and De Laurentiis has insisted previously that he will not leave for anything less.
It remains to be seen whether either of the two interested clubs are interested in paying such a fee, but it is clear that Cavani is in no rush to depart this summer as Napoli continue to build with Rafa Benitez linked with the vacant managerial post.