Juventus director Roberto Bettega has claimed that goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is 'untouchable'.
The experienced 32-year-old has been linked with a number of clubs following a frustrating campaign with the Old Lady.
Manchester City, Manchester United and Bayern Munich are all reportedly interested in the Italian shot-stopper, who has made nearly 350 appearances for Juve in a nine-year spell with the club.
But Bettaga insists that Buffon is not for sale and that he will remain between the sticks for the Turin side next season.
"The team will certainly not let itself be distracted by these things," the deputy general manager told the club's official website.
"With regards to what was written about a supposed transfer of Buffon I would like to reassure the fans - Gigi is untouchable, he will stay at Juventus."
Juventus are currently sixth in Serie A and crashed out of the Europa League last week to Fulham.
Buffon stuck by Juve when they were relegated to the Italian second-tier following a match-fixing scandal, but he is now thought to be disillusioned at the club.