The player's representative is adamant that his client will stay with the Bianconeri for the coming years and says that there is no rush in extending his contract
Giaccherini joined the Serie A giants in the summer of 2011 from Cesena and played a bit-part role in Antonio Conte's side in 2012-13, featuring only 17 times in Serie A.
But his representative is convinced that his client will play an important role in the team for years to come.
"His future will definitely be at Juventus," Valcareggi told calciomercato.it. "There has never been even a half problem with Juventus and there is no reason for him to leave."
The 28-year-old's contract will expire in June 2015 but the agent insists that there is no rush in extending the deal.
"We haven't discussed a renewal yet but that is also because there is no urgency to seeing as he still has two years left on his contract," he continued.
"Antonio Conte is satisfied with him and the boy is very happy with the Bianconeri. He has won two Scudetti in two seasons, collecting more than 20 appearances in the last campaign.
"We have to be happy with that."
Giaccherini recently broke the Italian record for the fastest ever goal scored at international level, finding the net after 19 seconds against Haiti. It beat Salvatore Bagni's 20-second goal against Mexico in 1984.