Bologna goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano has revealed that he would consider a move away from the club this summer.
The 25-year-old has enhanced his reputation with a string of accomplished performances for Bologna over the past couple of seasons and has reportedly attracted the interest of rival clubs.
He is co-owned by Inter Milan but accepts that he is unlikely to have a future at the San Siro due to the presence of Julio Cesar.
Viviano is still prepared to keep his options open with regard to a move away from Bologna, and has welcomed speculation linking him with Genoa and Roma.
"Bologna and Inter need to talk, but I think a solution can be found," he said in the Italian media.
"If an important opportunity should arise, I hope to take it, especially as that would allow Bologna to bring some money in.
"It's true that while Julio Cesar is at Inter, they cannot have Viviano. However, it's not true that I refuse to be an understudy for the Nerazzurri.
"I am aware that clubs like Roma and Genoa are interested. I am prepared to move on loan if needs be."