Contract talks between Roma and defender Chris Smalling are now at a stalemate, with Inter, Juventus, and teams in the Premier League all keeping a close eye.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corrierre dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Englishman is yet to accept either of the two offers that the Giallorossi has put on the table.

Roma have offered to extend Smalling’s contract by either giving him a new one-year deal at the same wages that he currently earns, or a two-year contract at reduced wages.

For his part, the former Manchester United man is holding out for a new two-year contract which would see him earn the same amount that he currently does.

According to the Corriere it is currently Juventus who are most closely watching the Englishman’s situation in the Italian capital.

However, the Nerazzurri have already established contact with the player’s representatives, whilst there are also teams in the Premier League who would be keen on bringing him back to the English top flight.