The Croatia right-back has been linked with the likes of Chelsea, Barcelona, Roma and Atletico Madrid following his impressive World Cup displays, while reports claim defender Stephen Welsh is being tracked by teams in England, Italy and France.
Postecoglou said: “We haven’t had an offer for any player. If there’s an issue or if players have things put in front of them about their future, I’m sure they will come and see me, and (chief executive) Michael (Nicholson) will speak to their representatives. But right now there is nothing. Zero. Zip. Nada. Nothing going on.”
Celtic have already prepared for Juranovic’s potential exit with the signing of Canadian right-back Alistair Johnston for £3m from Montreal CF. The 24-year-old, who also starred at the World Cup for the Maple Leafs and played against Juranovic, will vie with Anthony Ralston to be the long-term successor for the Croat should he leave in the coming weeks.