Napoli president, Aurelio di Laurentiis has stated that any club wanting to get its hands on the club’s star player Gonzalo Higuain, has to pay in excess of 100 million euros. The Argentine international enjoyed a prolific season for the Italian giants in his debut campaign in the Serie A and has been touted for a new move this summer.
With Manchester United reportedly keen on signing him this summer, Di Laurentiis has already quoted an amount which the Red Devils are not likely to pay up for the striker.
“Higuain’s future? If a player has a contract this contract has to be respected,” he said. “If a someone arrives and offers to pay foolish money and meet his buy-out clause then one must consider it. Otherwise Pipita [Higuain] will remain here.”
And although the Red Devils remain huge admirers of the former Real Madrid man, they are not going to break the bank for him.