By FOX Sports Staff
Cavani is one of the hottest targets in the summer transfer window which has already seen Monaco splash the cash - reportedly around €60 million - to bring Radamel Falcao to the club from Atletico Madrid.
Similar to Falcao, Cavani is a feared striker in Europe with a long list of admirers that include recently deposed Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City.
However, De Laurentiis has revealed that despite interest from the likes of the cash-rich English club, no team has yet to make an acceptable bid for the Uruguayan.
Cavani was the leading scorer in the recently concluded Serie A season with 29 strikes and Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, and Chelsea are also thought to be targetting the forward.
"His contract lasts another four years and there's a clause which prices him at 63 million euro," De Laurentiis revealed on a Twitter chat with Napoli fans.
"The offers we have received have not come anywhere near that."
The player himself seems comfortable with the increasing reality that he will be plying his trade at Stadio San Paolo again next season.
On the back of Cavani's goals, Napoli secured second place in Serie A and a spot in next season's UEFA Champions League.
"There is nothing concrete at the moment. Only when you sign a contract are you part of a team," Cavani said last week.
"It is not a distraction for me. I'm comfortable with what I do."
Cavani's Napoli will be managed by former Liverpool and Inter Milan boss Rafael Benitez next season. The Spaniard, who was previously interim manager at Chelsea, has agreed to join Napoli following Walter Mazzarri's move to Inter Milan.
"Benitez will hold a press conference on Friday 21 June at Castel Volturno," De Laurentiis said.
"Quite a lot of people have asked me why I went for Benitez: because he has won a lot in his time as a manager and he's shown he can be a one-team man after his long spell at Liverpool.
"I personally contacted 10 coaches and in the end I opted for Benitez because he was the one that convinced me most."
Benitez is fresh from leading Chelsea to Europa League glory and a third-placed finish in the Barclays Premier League.
He also won La Liga twice during his spell at Valencia before moving to Liverpool where he lifted the Champions League trophy in 2005.