The chances of Chelsea midfielder Oscar leaving Stamford Bridge this summer are "completely impossible" according to the player's agent, Kia Joorabchian.
Juventus remain persistently linked with the Blues star with the Mirror suggesting Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho may look to take advantage of that interest and use the Brazil international as part of their attempt to sign £70m ($110m)-rated Paul Pogba from the Serie A champions.
Bianconeri manager Massimiliano Allegri also revealed his admiration for the ex-Internacional midfielder earlier in June, fuelling talk of an imminent bid.
But Joorabchian has dismissed talk of his client joining the Champions League runners up, telling Calciomercato.it: "It is completely impossible and there is no truth to it at all. Oscar will not be leaving Chelsea."
Mourinho has been equally dismissive of suggestions the club will let the Brazil international go, predicting him to match Eden Hazard's evolution next season.
"Someone like Oscar, for example, is a fabulous player but he's never had a pre-season in his life," Mourinho previously said. "He's always been playing in tournaments everywhere, he's never had a rest.
"Now, because he's injured he's not going to the Copa America and I have a feeling that next year Oscar can have the same kind of evolution as Hazard had this season. I'm happy with my squad and I have to respect the people that gave us the title."
Oscar was left out of Brazil's Copa America squad after suffering an injury in training in May.
While he featured regularly in Mourinho's side during the 2014-15 season, he finished just seven of his 26 starting appearances, finishing 90 minutes of a game on just one occasion in 2015.
But the midfielder told Perform in April he was "very happy" at Stamford Bridge.