Gianluigi Buffon's agent has attempted to play down fresh rumours regarding his client's future.
Speculation continues to suggest that the Juventus goalkeeper could be on the move this summer, with Arsenal and Roma the latest clubs to be linked with the Italy international.
Manchester rivals United and City have been touted as potential admirers in the recent past, with a switch to the Premier League often said to be on the cards.
Buffon, his representatives and Juve have always been keen to distance themselves from such reports, with the World Cup winner still under contract in Turin.
That remains their stance as the 2010/11 edges towards a close, with the latest round of rumours quickly quashed.
"I really don't understand why there are constant rumours regarding Buffon," Silvano Martina told tuttomercatoweb.it.
"He has two-and-a-half years left on his contract and he is more than happy at Juventus."
Buffon has been restricted to just 10 appearances this season, due to injury and illness.
That has helped to fuel the transfer speculation, with it reported that Juve are ready to cash in on a player who cost them a record-breaking £32million in 2001.