Roma are reportedly in talks with Fulham to sell Maarten Stekelenburg so they can bring in Rafael or Bolton’s Adam Bogdan.
Stekelenburg had already been on the verge of a move to Craven Cottage in January, but the move collapsed when Roma could not sign a replacement in time.
The Dutch goalkeeper never entirely convinced at the Olimpico and is expected to leave for around €4.5m.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims director Franco Baldini is in London today to discuss the move with Fulham representatives.
His heir is already lined up, as Santos have come forward to confirm they are awaiting offers for 23-year-old shot-stopper Rafael.
The Brazilian is not the only option, as calcionews24 insist the Giallorossi are also looking at Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Bogdan, who would be available for €2.8m.
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