Roma have not yet made a move for unsettled Palermo goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.
The 24-year-old has been linked with the capital club after talks regarding a renewal in Sicily stalled.
"There was a meeting yesterday with President Maurizio Zamparini, but the problem remains and the situation is on stand-by," agent Carlo Pallavicino told romanews.eu.
"There has been no contact from Roma though even if that would be a destination that would be accepted.
"Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini launched Sirigu into Serie A while he was at Palermo, he rates him highly.
"However, I do not have any evidence that Roma do want him this summer."
The Italian international nets just €250,000 a season until 2014 and he's rejected an improved offer of €500,000 a campaign.
Genoa have also been paired with the custodian.
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