Davids going nowhere - Juve
By Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Dutch international is one of a number of players to be linked with a move to Premiership side Chelsea, following the announcement earlier this week that Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has bought a major stake in the West London club.
The Blues are said to have made a bid worth in the region of é¼16 million (£11 million) for the midfield ace but Chiusano has dismissed claims that Davids will leaving the Turin club.
"Davids is with us. He stays with us and he will stay with us for next season and we are happy with him," Chiusano told Telelombardia.
"There is absolutely nothing true in the rumours that are circulating.
"Davids is a fundamental pawn of our team and it would be a big mistake losing him.
"He's a great player."
The links involving Davids and a move to England came following comments he made in Portugal on Wednesday, where the Dutchman was participating in Luis Figo's Unicef benefit match in Oporto.
Davids stated that following the upcoming season with the Bianconeri, he will consider the idea of a move to The Premiership.
"There are two or three big English clubs that interests me, but now I have another contracted season with Juventus," Davids revealed.
"So I have to wait. In a year, I'll seriously think to England."
Meanwhile, David Trezeguet's representative - former Juve striker Daniel Fonseca - has reiterated that his client will also be staying at the Stadio Delle Alpi.
The French striker has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Barcelona but Fonseca and Trezeguet's other representative Paco Casal have both denied their client will be moving on.
Fonseca is concerned with helping Trezeguet get a contract extension with Juve, hoping his client can rest before the start of the new Serie A season.
"Juventus want absolutely to keep him - they know that there aren't a lot of players like Trezeguet and he wants to stay at Juve," Fonseca told Corriere dello Sport.
"Probably it's better he would set his mind on rest, because David won't be leaving Juve. David is staying in Turin."