The agent of striker Amauri insists that his client is fully committed to Juventus and does not want to leave.
Amauri struggled last season as his club finished seventh in Serie A to spark speculation that he was unhappy in Turin and that Juve may want to sell.
His representative, Giampiero Pocetta, claims there has been interest in the 30-year-old, but he is adamant that he is 100 per cent focused on Juventus.
"Amauri wants to honour the contract with Juventus," Pocetta told calciomercatio.it.
"Amauri is a major player and in the first weeks of the market we had contact with some clubs.
"But there was never anything concrete. This is because Amauri is determined to stay at Juventus."
Brazil-born Amauri gained Italian citizenship in April having first arrived in the country with Parma in 2000 prior to time on the books of Chievo and Palermo before switching to Juventus in 2008.