Juan Cuadrado’s agent claims neither he nor Juventus have been contacted amid rumours linking Arsenal with the forward.
The Colombia international only recently saw a two-season loan from Chelsea turned into a permanent deal with the Serie A champions.
He is, however, already seeing his future called into question and Goal revealed on Wednesday that an offer of around €30 million could tempt Juve into a sale.
Premier League side Arsenal are among those said to be weighing up the merits of such an approach, but the winger’s representative insists that no formal offers have been made as yet.
“Juan does not want to leave Juve and Juve do not want to sell him so there are no ongoing negotiations at the moment,” Alessandro Lucci told Gianluca Di Marzio.
“Nobody has neither contacted me nor Juventus and I am the only one in charge to talk about the future of Juan.”
Cuadrado has also been linked with a move to Tottenham, with Mauricio Pochettino looking to bolster his squad for another shot at the Premier League title in 2017-18.
They, too, would appear to be biding their time, with the 29-year-old one of several options being considered by a number of clubs.
A deal may happen at some stage, though, with Goal revealing that Juve are willing to cash in to help finance moves for Bayern Munich’s Douglas Costa and Fiorentina star Federico Bernardeschi.
Cuadrado has made 85 appearances for Juve to date, netting eight goals, with his form rediscovered after a forgettable spell at Chelsea in which he struggled for game time.