Juventus have claimed they are yet to receive any offers for Milos Krasic, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.
AC Milan and Tottenham have also been linked with the 27-year-old in recent weeks and a move is widely expected as a result of him falling out of favour at Juve this season under coach Antonio Conte.
Milan look unlikely to sign Krasic this month, however, with his agent ruling out a move to another Serie A side.
But where he will be playing his club football when the transfer window closes at the end of the month remains to be seen, as according to Juventus' chief executive Giuseppe Marotta, clubs are yet to firm up their interest in the midfielder.
"Krasic is staying here for now," said Marotta.
"There aren't any offers for him from England at the moment."
One of Krasic's representatives, Vlado Borozan, earlier this week revealed that clubs from Russia and Turkey are also keen on signing him.