Amauri won't be leaving Juventus anytime soon amid speculation to the contrary, according to the player's agent Giampiero Pocetta.
The Italy international of Brazilian descent is under pressure to start scoring, especially given he hasn't found the net at home since Valentines Day.
Juventus are reportedly growing impatient with Amauri and have drawn up a shortlist of possible replacements in January when he will be offered as collateral.
"The idea is that of not selling him," Pocetta told Radio CrC.
"He is a fundamental player for Juventus."
The 30-year-old is likely to get a chance to show his worth this evening when Juventus face off against Salzburg in the Europa League.
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