Despite insisting that his future doesn't lie at the Stadio Olimpico, Roma defender Nicolas Burdisso doesn't appear to be open to a move to Norwich City.
The Argentine stopper has announced his intention to find a new club this month in order to strengthen his case for a place at the summer's World Cup.
Burdisso hasn't played for his country since November 2011 when he ruptured knee ligaments in a 2-1 win against Colombia, which sidelined him for six months.
Roma have been flying high this season and are chasing Juventus for the Scudetto but they have been doing so largely without Burdisso, who has made just five appearances.
"After four-and-a-half years at Roma, the cycle is coming to an end. I’m thinking of continuing my career and playing at the World Cup,” Burdisso told Sky Sport Italia on Wednesday.
It is reported that German side Bayer Leverkusen and Greek giants Olympiakos are also in the frame for his signature.
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