The versatile attacker has insisted that the Netherlands international's high wage demands would not cause any problems in the dressing room at the Serie A champions
The Italian giants are keen to add a high-profile attacking name to their squad this summer, and have been linked with Napoli striker Edinson Cavani as well as Van Persie.
Although the Uruguay international is the club's preferred option for now, Juve also continue to monitor the future of the Netherlands international, and Quagliarella has made it clear that Van Persie's high wages will not disrupt the harmony in the dressing room.
"It is utter nonsense to claim that there could be any kind of jealousy in the squad [if Van Persie becomes the highest-paid player]," Quagliarella said to Sky Sport Italia.
"If an excellent footballer like Van Persie joins the club, it's only normal that he's given a good contract. That really won't affect the morale in a squad like ours."
The 28-year-old Van Persie's contract with Arsenal is due to expire in the summer of 2013.