By FOX Sports Staff
Reports in the British media indicate that the Roma vice-captain is sought after by the new manager who could snap up the Italian in a bid to bolster the Blues midfield.
De Rossi was actually the subject of a number of bids by Manchester City last season and has professed interest in the past in securing a move to the Barclays Premier League.
Moreover, his current club Roma are in turmoil as they are still without a manager and will miss out on European competition after finishing sixth in the Serie A.
However, Buffon believes that his compatriot is far too attached to the Giallorossi to consider a move away from Rome.
"I have no idea whether De Rossi might move to England. I really don't know what to say, but personally I can't imagine someone like Daniele anywhere other than Roma," Buffon commented in a press conference previewing Italy's upcoming game against the Czech Republic.
Furthermore, the Juventus custodian welcomed rumours linking Fiorentina hot prospect Stevan Jovetic with a summer move to his club.
"Jovetic? Any player who comes to Juventus to improve us is welcome," Buffon stated.
"If, after this period of growth and planning that Juventus has been through this year, and exceeded expectations, we then add more great players, we'll increase our chances of achieving results that were unthinkable to some.
"We want to continue along similar lines to last year in Europe, maintain the respect that I think our opponents had for us and if possible go further than we did this year [quarter-finals in the Champions League].
"Although a lot of it is down to fate - Manchester United went out in the last 16 but that doesn't mean they failed, they just lost to Real Madrid."
And he also declared that Italy would be in safe hands if he was to step down from international duty in the near future.
"There will be no problem when I'm no longer here on international duty," he continued.
"My successor is the least of problems. We have a large pack of goalkeepers with great value.
"There is Salvatore Sirigu who has won a championship with Paris Saint-Germain and is emerging at international level.
"Lazio's Federico Marchetti is on that same wave. We shouldn't forget about Fiorentina's Emiliano Viviano and then there is Cagliari's Michael Agazzi who is on his way up.
"There is also the new generation which includes the likes of Francesco Bardi, Nicola Leali, Vincenzo Fiorillo, Simone Colombi; there really are many smart ‘keepers coming through.
"As a result, I don't think there will be any kind of problem at all when I am no longer called up into the squad.
"Even if I wasn't playing today then there would be no need to panic."
The Azzurri captain has amassed 126 caps over 14 years and helped the side win the 2006 FIFA World Cup and reach the Euro 2012 final.