Napoli, Inter, and Juve interested in Smalling if Roma can’t find permanent deal

The future of Roma’s Chris Smalling is yet to be determined.

The Englishman has made it clear that he wants to remain permanently with the Giallorossi, however, the Italian side has been unable to come to an agreement on a fee with Manchester United for the transfer.

According to Alfredo Pedullà, fellow Italian sides Juventus, Inter, and Napoli are monitoring the situation and have, reportedly, all made inquiries for the 30 year-old, who is set to return to the Red Devils following the completion of the Serie A season.

Roma remain engaged in negotiations with the English side but, to date, they haven’t been able to find a definitive agreement.

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