A deal to take Marco Storari from Juventus to Roma doesn't already exist, his representative has stated.
Reports from the Italian capital suggested that the club's search for a new goalkeeper had come to an end with the capture of Storari.
"At the moment everything has stopped," Claudio Vigorelli told Sportitalia. "There is still no news on anything.
"My client's future is uncertain because we have yet to have a meeting with the club."
The veteran custodian joined Juventus last summer as a replacement for the injured Gianluigi Buffon.
The former Sampdoria and Milan man was relegated to the bench though once the Italian returned to action at the start of 2011.
Roma are looking for a fresh pair of gloves after Julio Sergio and Alexander Doni were used in goal this season.
Lazio have also been paired with Storari.
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