Edinson Cavani, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester City, has refused to rule out a move from Napoli this summer after admitting he will hold talks with the club to discuss his future.
As well as Chelsea and Man City, Italian champions Juventus, and French giants Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to be keen on signing the Uruguay international this summer.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis last month insisted Cavani would only be allowed to leave the club this summer should his valuation - an incredible €70million - be met.
The Partenopei's sporting director, Riccardo Bigon, later stated that the 25-year-old would not be sold "at any price."
But speaking to South American website Subraydo, Cavani gave clubs interested in signing him during the summer transfer window fresh hope of a deal going through.
"This is football," he said.
"I think the president is a little...[he] likes to play with the numbers.
"I think that regardless of whether an offer will come in or not, the chance to sit down and talk will come and he will do that calmly.
"He will use his head, he is a very good businessman and it will all be worked out."
Man City manager Roberto Mancini last week said he was unlikely to sign Cavani this summer as a result of Bigon's comments.
"Cavani is a Napoli player - it's impossible to take him," the Italian told Sky Sport 24.