The Bianconeri attacker caught the attention of "international clubs" following his impressive displays at the Confederations Cup but his agent insists he is happy in Turin
Giaccherini, 28, produced some impressive performances for Italy in the Confederations Cup following a season of sporadic opportunities to showcase his talents for the Bianconeri.
But his agent says the attacker is quite content with his squad status at the Serie A champions, even with interest coming from abroad.
"Juventus have announced that he will not move, so the club will be the only ones to decide his future," he told LoSportOnline.
"There is no interest in a move on his part. Do not forget that he plays in a team that has won consecutive league titles and everything works wonderfully for him and the team.
"It's clear there is now greater curiosity from other clubs after what he achieved at the Confederations Cup, but we have never received any form of contact."
And though Giaccherini has had success while turning out for the Azzurri despite being a bit-part player for his club, Valcareggi insisted his quality has never been up for dispute.
"Being called up by Cesare Prandelli moved me," he added. "I feel gratified because it was a success Giaccherini deserved.
"He is a simple guy. When he plays he runs a lot, and it showed in Brazil with the national team, where he played very well, scoring a goal and even hitting the post."
Giaccherini has been a fixture in Prandelli's plans since making his international debut against Spain at Euro 2012.