Mohamed Sissoko's agent claims his client has no desire to secure a move away from Juventus this summer.
The combative midfielder has been heavily linked with a number of clubs across Europe, with his future the subject of much speculation.
There are expected to be a number of comings and goings at Stadio Olimpico over the coming months, with Juve looking to rebuild after enduring a torrid 2009/10 campaign.
Sissoko was tipped to be among those moved on in order to make room for fresh faces but, with a long-term contract under his belt, he is not looking to secure a switch.
"Unless something new [comes along], which is always possible, Sissoko will be a Juventus player for the next three years," his agent Jose Segui told Tutto Juve.
The former Valencia and Liverpool man was believed to be a target for Bordeaux, who are suffering difficulties of their own, but Segui insists a possible sale has never been discussed.
"Momo is happy in Turin," he added.
"He's a Juventus player and the club has never mentioned the possibility of selling the boy."