All three players have been linked with possible moves away from Elland Road, but Evans claims that the club has received no offers for any of the trio.
When asked if the Whites had seen any proposals, he replied: "Not that I'm aware of - it doesn't matter, people can like our players and respect our players and make bids.
"I don't control the finance, the president controls the finance, but I am always asked what I think and at the minute I want to think that I don't want to lose anyone.
"I want to think we're going to add, if anything.
"Of course that's the main group, there's always one or two that if people come to take them we'll shake their hand and wish them luck.
"They're good players, but not for Leeds United going forward."
Leeds already lost talented right-back Sam Byram to West Ham United in the winter transfer window and have no intentions of letting any of their other promising youngsters leave this month.