Marco Storari will remain at Italian giants Juventus despite being linked with three Serie A clubs.
"My client is staying with the Bianconeri," agent Claudio Vigorelli told Sportal.
Storari's future in Turin has been the subject of speculation as he is currently second-choice behind Italian international Gigi Buffon.
He's been linked with both Rome clubs seeing as Lazio and Roma are searching for a new goalkeeper ahead of 2011-12.
The veteran has also been paired with Genoa who may be considering a replacement for Portugal No 1 Eduardo.
The experienced Storari joined Juventus last summer as a replacement for the injured Buffon after he picked up a serious injury at World Cup 2010.
The former Sampdoria and Milan man was relegated to the bench though once the Italian returned to action at the start of 2011.
The 34-year-old has had a varied career given his spells at Ladispoli, Perugia, Montevarchi, Ancona, Napoli, Messina, Levante, Cagliari, Fiorentina, Milan and Sampdoria.
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