Fulham target Maarten Stekelenburg will hold crunch talks with Roma officials on Tuesday after falling out of favour at the Stadio Olimpico.
Stekelenburg, who featured for Holland at Euro 2012, started the current campaign as Roma's No.1 but lost his place to Mauro Goicoechea.
His agent Rob Jansen insists the goalkeeper will leave the capital club if he is not guaranteed a first-team place.
"Tomorrow we will have an interview with the board," Jansen told Voetbal International.
"If it turns out that this situation continues, we are gone. Maarten has not come to Roma to sit on the bench."
In 2011 the 30-year-old moved to Italy from Ajax, where he worked under Martin Jol.
The Fulham boss is believed to be searching for a long-term replacement for Mark Schwarzer and could seek a reunion with his compatriot.