There has been no contact between Liverpool and Juventus, with the Reds privately sceptical the Italian club could afford to buy the manager out of his lucrative contract, which still has four years to run.
Juventus have refused to comment on speculation their president Jean-Claude Blanc will fly to Liverpool this week in an attempt to lure Benitez away from Anfield after six years in charge.
Benitez is preparing Liverpool for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final against Atletico Madrid at Anfield on Thursday.
He wants to stay at Anfield but is yet to meet the club's new chairman, Martin Broughton.
Talks are planned for this week, when Benitez's future and the club's summer transfer plans will be discussed.
How those discussions go will depend on whether Liverpool have clinched another season in Champions League football.
They currently lie seventh in the Premier League, two points adrift of Tottenham in fourth but having played a game more.
The Reds entertain Chelsea on Sunday before finishing their league campaign with an away match at Hull on 9 May.
Juve, who appointed Zaccheroni as head coach in January after sacking Ciro Ferrara, are sixth in Serie A, six points off a Champions League spot with three games remaining.
They kept alive their faint hopes of qualifying for Europe's top club competition by beating Bari 2-0 at the weekend.
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