Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini could leave the Nerazzurri this summer, with Roma and Milan monitoring his situation in Bergamo.
Tuttosport claims the goalkeeper could be on the verge of leaving the Orobici after four years at the Gewiss Stadium.
Gollini has played 18 games in Serie A this term, keeping six clean sheets in the process, as Marco Sportiello has given him a fight for the place in the starting line-up.
His contract with La Dea expires in June 2023 and Atalanta could be ready to cash in early, with Milan and Roma reportedly interested.
The newspaper claims the Rossoneri are looking for a possible replacement for Gigio Donnarumma, who has not signed a new deal at San Siro and will be able to leave San Siro on a free transfer in July.
But the report claims Milan would have to fight Roma, who are also looking at the 26-year-old shot stopper.