Amauri is looking to leave Juventus in January, but his agent has revealed that there are no offers currently on the table.
The Brazilian has been frozen out of the plans of first team boss Antonio Conte after he refused to leave the club in the summer.
Despite attracting the interest of a number of sides, the centre-forward, whose contract expires in June 2012, turned down a move.
"We are working towards a January switch," agent Giampiero Pocetta told Tutto Juve.
"We are in contact with various people in an effort to get Amauri back to where he belongs – on a football pitch.
"We operate with common sense, whereas others haven't shown that much common sense up until now…"
The striker, who is an Italian international, has recently been paired with moves to Genoa and Bologna.
"They are just rumours," the representative added. "I honestly haven't spoken with anyone from Genoa.
"There is also nothing with Bologna, it is just talk and there tends to be a lot of talk around this time of year.
"There is no concrete path in particular right now."
The former Palermo man has also been suggested as a possible target for Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain.
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