The federation has not yet replaced Cesar Farias, who quit in November after the team missed out on the finals in Brazil.
"There has not been a proposal to hire the famous ex athlete and coach Diego Armando Maradona, despite insistence in recent hours by different media and social networks," the group wrote in a statement, citing its President Rafael Esquivel.
"The country will know the name of the new coach once the board of directors ... makes the decision, which will be after the World Cup has concluded,” the statement added.
Maradona had told regional television network Telesur late on Tuesday that he could become the coach of Venezuela, the only South American country that has never made it to the World Cup.
Maradona, a close friend of Venezuela's former President Hugo Chavez, said he plans to visit President Nicolas Maduro after the World Cup.


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