Juventus have claimed two English clubs have made enquiries about the availability of midfielder Tiago.
Press reports have suggested that the Portuguese could be set to join Newcastle United on loan for the 2008/09 term, but it has been rumoured that he failed to agree terms with the Magpies.
Everton have also been mooted as potential suitors for Tiago as manager David Moyes looks to make his first addition of the summer.
Tiago, who joined Juve from Lyon last summer, struggled to hold down a regular place in Claudio Ranieri's plans last season, and has been linked with a move away from the Serie A giants before the close of the transfer window.
Juve sporting director Alessio Secco said: "Newcastle? Indeed, we have received interest from two English clubs, but nothing more. It is still too early to talk about it."
Club president Cobolli Gigli added: "There will be no more dealings for Juve except for Tiago."