The agent of Wolfsburg defender Simon Kjaer has dismissed rumours he is close to a move to Serie A giants Juventus.
Mikkel Beck claims that there has not been any official contact from the Old Lady for the player and stated that even if there is, the clubs will have to talk to Wolfsburg first.
The Denmark international is contracted to the Bundesliga club until 2014 and head coach Felix Magath is keen to keep him at the Volkswagen Arena, despite reported interest.
Juve head coach Antonio Conte is a keen admirer of Kjaer's and it is no secret the Italian club have followed the 22-year-old's progress since his days with Palermo in Serie A.
However, Beck told Ekstra Bladet: "I don't know anything about the Italian interest.
"Simon is one of the most important players at the club. Therefore, we are expecting him to play for Wolfsburg this coming season."