In-demand talent Sandro Tonali will not depart Brescia as part of a player-swap deal, according to club owner Massimo Cellino.
Cellino revealed Tonali is keen to stay in his home country, giving a boost to Juve and Inter's hopes of snaring the Italy international in the off-season.
However, he noted Brescia were keen for financial remuneration for Tonali and would prefer to not receive any players in return.
"So far there’s only been a few phone calls, without anything beyond that," Cellino told Gr Parlamento.
"It’s difficult to talk about [the transfer market] after everything that’s happened, but I hope the lad keeps having fun on the pitch like he did before.
"I wouldn’t like all these rumours to lead to another problem, which hurts our chances of staying up.
"Inter and Juve have both asked me about him, as have other teams. What’s for certain is that the player wants to stay in Italy and we’ll accommodate him.
"I don’t like swap deals. We’re not that desperate."
Tonali, who played a key role in Brescia's promotion from Serie B last season, has again starred for the club despite their position at the bottom of Serie A.
He received his first Italian cap against Liechtenstein in October last year and has subsequently played twice more for his national team.
Speaking earlier this month, Cellino revealed the specific interest from Barcelona and PSG for Tonali, and also spoke of offers from Napoli and Fiorentina.
“[PSG president] Nasser [Al-Khelaifi] would like him in Paris, he wrote to me today, but Tonali doesn't want to go to France," Cellino told Corriere dello Sport.
“Inter and Juve are the destinations he prefers. [Napoli president Aurelio] De Laurentiis has offered me 40 million, Fiorentina wants him too, but his destiny is pretty much written.
“Before Covid, Barcelona had offered 65 million plus two very interesting young players, one was a full-back. I believe that the Catalans received an answer they didn't like, and not from Tonali.
“I'm not dealing with anyone. There are still 12 games to play and the boy must remain calm."