Milan - Napoli have warned potential suitors off striker Gonzalo Higuain by claiming the Argentinian has a buyout clause of almost 95 million euros ($106m, 67.6m) in his contract.
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Higuain is rumoured to be on his way out of the Serie A club following their failure to qualify for next season's Champions League, and has recently been linked with a 50 million-euro move to AC Milan.
But Napoli, via Naples radio station Kiss Kiss, said potential buyers would have to pay "94,736,000 euros" to release Higuain who is currently at the Copa America with Argentina from his contract.
Higuain joined Napoli from Real Madrid on a five-year deal for 40 million euros in 2013 and has scored 35 goals in Serie A since then.
Former Empoli coach Maurizio Sarri was appointed coach of Napoli earlier this month after Rafael Benitez quit to take over at Real Madrid.