Robert Lewandowski, who has been linked with Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United in recent weeks, has not held talks with Juventus, according to his agent.
Lewandowski is known to be keen on moving to the Premier League, and his representative recently confirmed that offers have been received from several English clubs.
However Cezary Kucharski has dismissed reports linking his client with a move to Italy and insists talks with the Serie A champions have not taken place.
"I have absolutely not spoken with Juventus," Kucharski told Ilsussidiario.
"There's really nothing there. I cannot say any more on Robert's future."
Borussia Dortmund insist Lewandowski is not for sale, but his future continues to be a hot topic of conversation.
Arsenal and Manchester United have been keen on the forward for some time, while reports in the past two weeks have suggested Chelsea and Tottenham are also thought to be showing interest.
The Poland international recently confirmed he was looking to secure a move to England and has previously been quoted as saying he would find it hard to achieve anything else with Dortmund.
Maik Barthel, who also represents Lewandowski, earlier this month told Goal.com: "Unofficially there are offers from English top clubs.
"We respect the contract situation in Dortmund and don't want to take part in speculation.
"A £13million transfer fee is not suitable."
Barthel's comments came after Chelsea reportedly tabled a £13m bid for the Pole, who is valued by his club at around £30m.