Juventus have denied reports they have approached Guus Hiddink as a possible replacement for coach Ciro Ferrara.
The former Chelsea tactician has been linked with a move to the Turin giants as he is set to become a free agent once his contract as head coach of Russia's national team expires next summer.
A statement from Juventus read: "Juventus denies reports coming from England of a possible interest for Guus Hiddink. The club has never considered any other coach because Ciro Ferrara has our full backing and is at the centre of our sporting project."
The Italian club have been struggling of late, slipping to third place in Serie A and getting knocked out of the UEFA Champions League earlier this month after a 4-1 humiliation by Bayern Munich