Roma director Mauro Baldissoni hit back at media reports Walter Sabatini was discussing Radja Nainggolan or Miralem Pjanic with Chelsea.
Roma host Roberto Donadoni’s giant-killers Bologna in the final round of Serie A Week 32.
Stephan El Shaarawy warned Roma “must not get the approach wrong” against potential minefield Bologna.
Roma look to Stephan El Shaarawy and Daniele De Rossi as they host giant-killers Bologna, hoping to go eight points clear in third.
Roma are in full force to face Bologna, who lack the game's 'revenant' Mattia Destro.
Luciano Spalletti warns Roma not to underestimate Bologna and insists “I’m one of the few who still treat Francesco Totti like a real player.”
Roberto Donadoni assured Bologna “will be extremely hard to beat” for Roma. “They are certainly not impenetrable.”
Inter are said to be targeting cheaper Italian options for next season, such as Emanuele Giaccherini and Francesco Acerbi.
Alessandro Florenzi insists Roma can catch Napoli in second place and media “created a movie” around his Luciano Spalletti rapport.
Napoli’s lawyer confirms the club will ask for Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban to be halved.
Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban has been confirmed, with the Napoli striker also fined €20,000.
Luigi Del Neri says Luca Toni “has to fight for a place in the team” but wasn’t left out because he criticised his Verona teammates.
Roberto Donadoni slams Bologna after defeat to Verona - “when you waste 45 minutes it makes it more difficult”.
Giampaolo Pazzini insists Verona aren’t giving up on Serie A survival - “this team has heart”.
Samir had a dream debut, as his header kept Verona’s slim survival hopes alive against lacklustre Bologna.
Riccardo Bigon discusses Luca Toni’s exclusion from the Verona squad - “the Coach makes his choices”.
Emanuele Giaccherini starts, as Bologna welcome bottom-side Verona to Dall’Ara.
Edy Reja knows Sinisa Mihajlovic will fire Milan up, “but Atalanta want to win and still really need points.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic stood up for his coaching career and described methods, including why some players must be publicly lambasted.
Changes to the Week 36 and 37 Serie A schedule have been announced, including Lazio-Inter and Torino-Napoli, plus two Monday games.