Liverpool are expected to fail in their attempt to sign Juventus striker Carlos Tevez.
According to reports from Italy, the Argentinean is ready to leave the Italian champions especially if they complete the treble with a
win over Barcelona next month.
But the Bianconeri want to keep the 31-year-old even if that would mean letting him go for free during next summer's transfer window.
When asked about the future of the striker, sporting director Giuseppe Marotta said: "Juventus very rarely sell important players.
"At the moment we don't need to put players like [Paul] Pogba on the market. Carlos [Tevez] did exceptionally well with us, he is a leader and we want him to stay.
"His contract expires in 2016, we understand that he played for many teams during his career and that he might want to return to Argentina.
"But at the moment I see no reason to cancel his contract early."