The Italian champions have been linked with the former Lazio player - despite the fact that Juve must sell before they can buy.
“I’m happy at City and it is my intention to remain,” the 27-year-old told Tuttosport. “I want to play as much as possible to show Pellegrini my qualities.
“I want to remain in Manchester, but it is only logical that should I not be given any space in the team then I’ll have to evaluate a few things.
“It is nice to know that an important and prestigious club such as Juventus like me, but I’m not the only person who will have a say on my future.
“If something is to happen then it will be decided by the two clubs first…
“What I can say is that I was happy in Italy and I like your football.”
The left-back has also been linked with a possible move to Galatasaray in recent days. “I know nothing, honestly.”
The Serbian international joined City in 2010 from Lazio for a fee in the region of €18m.
The striker was left out of Coach Rudi Garcia’s squad for the North American tour so he could continue negotiating for a transfer.
However, over the last few days talks have faltered with both Genoa and Spanish side Malaga, so Borriello seems set to remain.
According to Sky Sport Italia, he’ll fly out tonight to meet up with his teammates in their pre-season tour.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo “would certainly like to play for Inter and they are a possibility,” said the Roma striker’s agent.
Osvaldo is on the market after his rapport with the fans deteriorated almost beyond repair, as he has been regularly jeered and insulted during training sessions this summer.
He had until now been mainly linked with moves to England or Spain, but another Serie A club is now emerging.
“What truth is there in rumours of the Nerazzurri’s interest in Osvaldo? Let’s say they are a possibility,” agent Dario Norberto Decoud told Calciomercato.com.
“He would certainly like to play for Inter, but I cannot say more on what contact there has been because I am in Argentina and he is in America.”
Osvaldo is with the rest of the Roma squad on their US tour.
Cagliari say Radja Nainggolan will cost any interested buyer over €15m, according to sporting director Nicola Salerno.
The Belgium international has been linked with Roma and Inter.
“Nainggolan is worth more than €15m,” Salerno told Sport Italia. “Only president Massimo Cellino knows the precise figure.
“However, it is pointless talking about it right now as there are no negotiations taking place. There is time though.
“We are not interested in any player plus cash deals though. If someone wants Nainggolan then he will cost that much.”
Palermo have announced that Siena’s Francesco Bolzoni is a medical away from joining the Rosanero.
The two clubs have agreed a deal for the midfielder who will undergo tests on Thursday ahead of his move.
Bolzoni, 24, is a former Italian Under-21 international who has previously played for Inter, Genoa and Frosinone.
Both Palermo and Siena were relegated to Serie B last season.
Genoa sporting director Daniele Delli Carri has confirmed the club’s interest in Milan striker M’Baye Niang.
“We’ve been following him for the last month,” the former Pescara official told the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“If Milan decide to release him on loan then we would be interested in taking him on.”
Niang, 18, joined the Rossoneri from Caen last summer, but he failed to score in 20 League games for the Diavolo.
Serie A new boys Livorno have confirmed they want to sign the Inter duo of Samuele Longo and Ruben Botta.
“Our sporting director Stefano Capozucca is in discussions with Inter about a couple of players,” President Aldo Spinelli noted.
“We are evaluating the situations for Longo and Botta right now.”
Longo is a 21-year-old who is available for transfer after returning to Inter last month following a loan spell at Espanyol.
The striker, an Azzurrini international, is also being chased by Verona.
Botta, meanwhile, is an attacking midfielder who Inter brought in the summer from Argentine side Tigre.
The latter is on the mend after damaging knee ligaments in April.
It’s understood that Livorno want both of the players on loan.