Emre's agent insists the player has no plans to leave Newcastle United.
The Turkish midfielder raised doubts about his own future by revealing he was not certain of staying at St James' Park.
Italian giants Milan have also been credited with an interest in the skilful midfielder, but Emre's representative Ahmet Bulut is adamant the player will stay at Newcastle.
"It's not true that Emre will leave. He is 100 percent certain to stay," Bulut told the Sunday Sun.
"I am not talking to any clubs about Emre. He has a five-year contract at Newcastle. He is staying there."
Magpies caretaker boss Glenn Roeder also moved to rubbish reports of a bust-up between himself and Emre.
"The story that myself and Emre have had a bust-up is absolute rubbish," said Roeder.
"The truth is that Emre had to make a quick return to Turkey on Tuesday afternoon.
"Wednesday was our day off and he returned to England very early on Thursday morning to be back for our training session.
"At the end of the session, I gave him the opportunity after the main practice had finished to go home a little earlier and get some sleep.
"He agreed with me and so he left the training ground probably half-an-hour earlier than the rest of the squad.
"It annoys me when people do not take the trouble to find out the true story and simply print this type of rubbish."