Sampdoria's Gianluca Curci has failed to rule out the possibility of a return to hometown club Roma at the end of the season.
There is some uncertainty over the goalkeeping situation at Roma given the use of both Julio Sergio and Alexander Doni this term under different Coaches.
Curci, a Roma youth team product who spent six seasons with the Giallorossi until his 2008 move to Siena, has been linked with a future in the capital.
Although current club Sampdoria have struggled this term, the Italian international has been in decent shape.
"A return to Rome? We'll see, it is a decision that will need to be taken at the end of the current campaign," he told Radio Mana Mana.
"Roma is always my home even if I have to admit that I am very happy here in Genoa."
Curci, 25, is currently part-owned by both clubs. He's valued at €7m which means Roma would have to pay Samp €3.5m for their 50 per cent of him.
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