The goalkeeper's representative has confirmed he is set to leave the Stadio San Paolo this summer but was coy on rumours linking his client with a move to RomaNapoli goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis will "almost certainly" leave the club this summer, according to his agent.
The Partenopei have already bolstered their shot-stopping ranks with Rafael this summer, while Goal revealed on Friday that they are believed to be close to securing a season-long loan deal for Liverpool and Spain keeper Pepe Reina.
However, the 36-year-old's agent says there is "nothing certain" about reports linking his client with a move to Roma, only confirming that his client's departure is extremely likely.
"Am I certain of Morgan’s move to Roma? There is nothing certain on the transfer market," De Sanctis' agent told CalcioNews24.
"I can only say that he will almost certainly leave Napoli."
De Sanctis joined the Serie A runners-up in July 2009 in a €1.7 million move from Sevilla and made 136 appearances for the club.