Lazio have underlined that they will not entertain any offers for Antonio Candreva this summer.
The Italian international has been linked with a variety of clubs, with Napoli the latest to be paired with his signature.
“Napoli have never called me with regards to Candreva,” capital President Claudio Lotito underlined. “And even if they did then I will not sell him.”
The versatile midfielder, 26, has been with the Biancocelesti since his January 2012 move after a six-month loan stint at Cesena.
Candreva is co-owned with Udinese, but the Stadio Olimpico outfit are in control of his sporting rights for 2013-14.
The former Juventus player, capped 11 times by Italy, has scored nine goals in 50 Serie A games for Lazio.
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