Arsenal insist they have no intention of selling Robin van Persie this summer as the striker prepares for crunch talks with Arsene Wenger this week.
Van Persie is out of contract in twelve months time and has been linked with a number of clubs in recent weeks.
Premier League champions Manchester City are keen on signing the 28-year-old, while the likes of rivals Manchester United, Barcelona, PSG, Real Madrid, Italian giants AC Milan, and Juventus have also shown interest in the Netherlands international.
Juve and Man City are seen as frontrunners to win the race to sign Van Persie should he quit Arsenal this summer, and according to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Serie A champions are set to make another bid for the Dutchman in the coming days after seeing their opening offer of just £8million rejected.
According to the Daily Mirror, Van Persie, who is currently on holiday after playing at Euro 2012, will hold talks with Wenger by phone later this week.
And despite reports in Italy suggesting Juventus had failed with a bid for the forward, Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood was quoted by the newspaper as saying: "As far as I am aware, nobody has made any offer for him and he is away so we are not in any dialogue at all.
"We are not in the remotest bit interested in selling him."
Reports in recent days have suggested Man City are ready to offer Van Persie a massive £225,000-a-week deal to move to the north west.
Arsenal have offered him a new deal worth around £130,000-a-week.