Juventus president Giovanni Cobolli Gigli has stated that Amauri is not for sale while admitting David Trezeguet could leave.
Striker Amauri has been linked with the likes of Premier League side Chelsea and managerless AC Milan.
But Juve intend to keep the 29-year-old, who signed for the Old Lady from Palermo last year.
"Amauri? He remains at Juventus," said Gigli.
Experienced forward Trezeguet, meanwhile, recently told skysports.com he will leave Juve if he receives the right offer.
It has been suggested the Frenchman could return to his homeland, and Gigli confirmed an exit could be in the offing.
He said: "Trezeguet will be put on the market only if there are really good offers, otherwise we will keep him.
"I think Trezeguet is a strong and mature player and he is capable of playing for another two seasons in a great way."