The 43-year-old won the Serie A title with the Turin outfit last season, having taken charge of the club in 2011, and his side currently lead the table by seven points.
Reports suggest that the Blues and Los Blancos, who could both be without their current bosses at the end of the campaign, could make a move for Conte, and he is happy to have his achievements recognised by the rumours.
Conte told Sky Italia: "I've always said that my ambition is to coach abroad one day and I'm pleased to receive marks of esteem from important clubs, it means that we are working well.
"They make Juventus happy too, because it means that they chose well one-and-a-half years ago.
"At the moment I am just thinking about Juventus, to re-establish ourselves in Italy and to do well in Europe."
Conte played over 400 times for Juve as a player.