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Amalfitano seals West Ham move

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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jun 3, 2013

Roma confirm Stekelenburg sale

Roma have agreed to sell goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg to Fulham, according to sporting director Franco Baldini.

Maarten Stekelenburg was goalkeeper as Netherlands departed Euro 2012 at the first hurdle
Maarten Stekelenburg is a Netherlands international

Stekelenburg, 30, has been a long-term target of Fulham and was linked with a move to Craven Cottage in the January transfer window.

With Mark Schwarzer likely to depart the club this summer, manager Martin Jol has made it a priority to sign a new goalkeeper. And he appears to have secured the services of  a player he managed at Ajax.

Baldini told Corriere dello Sport "I went to London for the sale of Stekelenburg at Fulham.

"There were questions to be answered, but I closed a deal subject to the usual conditions."

Baldini also attempted to play down speculation that midfielder Daniele De Rossi could leave Roma for Chelsea.

"For De Rossi, I have not done anything and I can not say anything," he added.

Baldini’s future at Roma is also far from secure with fans calling for his resignation after a failure to qualify for European competition.

And the former assistant manager of the England national team has hinted that the side’s poor showing may cost him his job.

"There are a lot of problems: disappointing results, choosing a couple of wrong coaches. At the end someone has to pay for it," Baldini said.

"I have to talk with Pallotta, express my views and listen to his."

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