Juventus have been the dominant force in Italian football for the last three years, with the Turin giants full of superstar players.
As such a number of Premier League clubs have been linked with moves for some of the Bianconeri’s stars, which has resumed again this summer.
Manchester United are in the market for a dominant midfielder and Arturo Vidals’s name continually pops up as a target.
Meanwhile, with Arsenal in need of a centre forward, a potential advance for Fernando Llorente seems to be an option on a semi-regular basis.
However, Antonio Conte has dismissed rumblings that the key pair could leave Juventus this summer and ensured Bianconeri fans that they both will be at the club next term.
“Fernando has been very important and will be here for a long time,” the coach told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We have changed our game to adept to his style and Carlos Tevez has benefited greatly from this.
“Until I see evidence to the contrary, Vidal will be here next season too.”
Both English sides are expected to have money to spend this summer, but it looks like they will need to turn their attentions elsewhere.
Vidal is set to star for Chile at the World Cup, while Llorente has consistently been overlooked by Spain boss Vicente del Bosque.