The Italy international has downplayed suggestions that he could be on the move this summer and has stressed that he is keen to stay at the Bianconeri
General director Giuseppe Marotta further fueled speculation that Marchisio could be on the move this summer when questioned about the midfielder's future at the weekend, but the Italy international has stressed that he is happy with life at his current club.
"I want to stay at Juventus. I want to keep fighting for silverware and win things with the club where I grew up," Marchisio told Tuttosport.
Marotta discussed Marchisio's future on Saturday and, although he stated that Juventus are not a selling club, he refused to rule out a summer exit for the midfielder.
"Juventus are not a selling team. We want to win trophies and build a team that keeps getting stronger. Marchisio started at this club as a little boy and has Juventus DNA," Marotta told reporters.
"We have to respect our budget, but the goal is to raise the level of the team. Of course, the will of the player also plays an important role, though..."
Nevertheless, Marchisio seems to have little interest in leaving the club following his latest comments. The 27-year-old has a contract with Juventus until the summer of 2016.