Marco Andreolli's agent has admitted the Roma defender is attracting interest, although he is not sure whether Bologna will rekindle their pursuit.
Bologna had been keen on the 24-year-old centre-back some time ago but it is unclear whether they are still plotting a summer swoop.
Speculation has suggested that Bologna president Francesca Menarini could be set to sell the club, and a new regime might have different transfer targets.
However, Andreolli's representative Patrick Bastianelli insists there are a trio of other clubs keeping track of his client.
"With Bologna, we were in contact some time ago, and they showed strong interest in Marco," the agent told Vocegiallorossa.it.
"But at the moment, the situation is still.
"We are waiting to see whether the Menarini family will stay, or at least, learn of the side's project ambitions.
"There are three sides other than Bologna interested in the player, but I prefer that I don't reveal them at the moment."