Juventus claim to have received no offers from the Premier League for Milos Krasic, while his agent says the winger will not join another Italian team.
Chelsea have been strongly linked with the Serbia international of late, and Tottenham and Manchester United are also reported to be keen.
There is no substance to the rumours as yet, though, with no official approaches made.
Krasic has hinted that he may look to move on during the winter window after slipping down the pecking order in Turin.
English interest may yet materialise, with there still plenty of time remaining for clubs to make their move, but for now there are no bids on the table.
"Krasic is staying here for now," said Juve's chief executive Giuseppe Marotta.
"There aren't any offers for him from England at the moment."
It has also been suggested that Inter Milan could be keen on Krasic, but the 27-year-old's representative says there is no chance of a deal being struck with a Serie A rival.
"There is still some interest in him from the Premier League," Vlado Borozan told notiziariosportivo.com.
"I can rule out the prospect of Milos moving to another Italian team.
"In the last few days there has been some interest from Russia and Turkey. We will see what happens in the next few days."