Chelsea playmaker Oscar never had any intention of leaving the Premier League champions, according to his agent.
The Brazilian was a target for Juventus this summer, with the Turin giants constantly linked with making a move for him.
However, according to Giuliano Bertolucci, the Serie A champions never made an official offer for his client and suggested that even if they had, it would not have been successful.
“These talks were only in the media. I never spoke to (directors Beppe) Marotta and (Fabio) Paratici for him, nor did any Italian club come looking for him,” Bertolucci said, according to Football Italia.
“Aside from that, Jose Mourinho has no intention of selling Oscar.”
Having lost Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez this summer, Juve have been searching for a marquee signing to attempt to make up for their loss.
While Oscar appeared to be their primary target, it doesn’t appear as though they will have any luck even if they were to open up discussions with Chelsea.
The Brazilian was a key part of Mourinho’s plans last season, and will likely be so again this year as they look to defend their crown.