Manchester United and Chelsea have been warned off making an approach for Juventus winger Milos Krasic.
The Premier League pair have both been linked with the Serbia international after it was reported he had clashed with Juventus manager Antonio Conte.
United and Chelsea were both linked with Krasic in 2010 before he opted to leave CSKA Moscow for the Italian giants for £13 million.
But Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta has dismissed speculation that the tricky wide-man is set to leave in January and declared he is not for sale.
He said: “Milos Krasic? We will not let him leave Juventus in January but there has been interest from other clubs.
“This is totally ruled out. He is our player and is not going to be transfer listed or sold – he is our future and there is no reason to think otherwise.”