Eduardo Crnja said there would be no move for the 28-year-old utility player in the current transfer window amid reports in the media suggesting that the former Udinese man has tendered in a transfer request.
It has been widely speculated that Asamoah is determined to leave the Old Lady in a bid to gain regular game time elsewhere but Crnia has moved to quash those reports.
"Kwadwo Asamoah will stay at Juventus" Crnja told Sports Italia
The news will surely be welcomed by mixed emotions by Ghanaians who were hoping the Kumasi-born moves to where he will see regular game time, especially after announcing his imminent return to the Black Stars following a three-year absence.
Asamoah featured 24 times across all competitions for the Turin side in their double clinching campaign last season.