David Trezeguet's agent is unaware of any offer from Rangers to Juventus for the French striker.
The 31-year-old has been linked with a move away from Turin this summer, but his representative Antonio Caliendo knows nothing of a reported £8.5million bid from the Scottish champions.
He told Radio Milan: "For the time being I have not been called into this matter. Regarding Trezeguet, there are many rumours because he appeals to many clubs. If there is a team that the player likes and that club is strongly interested in him, it will be no surprise.
"But only certain offers can be evaluated.''
Caliendo insisted that Trezeguet, who joined Juve from Monaco in the summer of 2000, would not rule out a move away from Italy.
"He is aware that he doesn't need to prove anything to anyone,'' said Caliendo. "He has won a World Cup, a European Championship, three Serie A titles, the Capocannoniere title (as the top scorer in Serie A in 2001/02)...
"As long as the teams that want him play at a high level, there will be no problems.''
Injury limited Trezeguet, who is under contract with Juve until June 2011, to just eight league appearances last season.