Briatore, who acts as Alonso's manager, has played down the Spaniard's comments about want to race in "someone else's car" next year.
Red Bull will have a vacancy in 2014 as Mark Webber is leaving the team, but Briatore insists Alonso's comments have been overplayed by the media.
In an interview in Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian said: "Fernando has a contract and contracts must be respected. There is no temptation [to leave Ferrari] whatsoever. It's normal for a racing driver to desire a competitive car and the team must work hard to supply it. End of story.
"Alonso has never said he wants to leave. Ferrari and Alonso remain a winning pairing. He just needs to have a car that allows him to start from the top two rows."
Briatore dismissed suggestions that Alonso would want to be the biggest name in any team he races for, with a lower-profile driver as his team-mate.
Alonso had a difficult time whilst at McLaren in 2007 where Lewis Hamilton was his partner.
"Fernando has never had problems racing with anyone else,"
Britatore said. "He's like Senna in that respect. Ayrton would say 'put anyone next to me', and that's what Alonso is like. McLaren did everything to create confusion. A top team must be able to manage two strong drivers."