Roma president James Pallotta has confirmed that attacking midfielder Radja Nainggolan will stay but also that Miralem Pjanic could leave in the summer.
The Belgium international will not be sold by the club despite being heavily linked with a move to Chelsea.
But according to Pallotta, Pjanic will leave if his £30million buy-out clause is met.
"Radja is going nowhere, he has a contract," Pallotta told reporters.
"Miralem? It's not our problem. He should stay but if his buy-out clause is met we will not be able to keep him.
"Rudiger? I will not sell him, I have no idea who started the rumours about his future."