ROMA NEWS

Roma are after Anderlecht's Youri Tielemans and Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen, say reports.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti will keep Kostas Manolas, 'a good player but there are others', and Edin Dzeko.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti says Juventus were already 'extremely strong' and that he doesn't understand people who criticise them.
Serie A new boys Pescara confirmed a deal with River Plate for Giovanni Simeone, but are also close to Norbert Gyomber and Federico Macheda.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza turned down West Ham and Wolfsburg, so Milan and Roma are now interested.
Roma captain Francesco Totti admits he “won’t rule out a future experience as a Coach.”
Arsenal have reportedly agreed to extend Wojciech Szczesny’s Roma loan for another year and pay some of his wages.
Borja Valero would be open to leaving Fiorentina for a place in the Roma midfield, claim Sportitalia.
Roma President Jim Pallotta said they’ll “bring in another couple of players, but Kostas Manolas is happy, so why shouldn’t he stay?”
Roma are ready to send striker Ezequiel Ponce to Sporting Gijon on a dry loan.
Valencia, Roma and Napoli continue to push Bologna for wantaway midfielder Amadou Diawara.
Martin Caceres revealed he “will not be going to Roma” and is still unsure of his destination.
Adem Ljajic assures he “immediately said yes” to Torino and is enthusiastic at working with Sinisa Mihajlovic again.
Martin Caceres is deciding “between Napoli and Roma, though I’d prefer the Giallorossi,” said his mother.
Roma flew out for their North American tour, but Mohamed Salah will be delayed by a Visa issue.
Roma are having problems for Nacho Fernandez and Wojciech Szczesny, so could turn to Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez.
There are reports in Russia that CSKA Moscow and Finland creative midfielder Roman Eremenko could be heading to Roma.
Luciano Spalletti warned Roma to be wary of their Serie A opening fixture. “Don’t forget last year Udinese beat Juventus.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio commented on the “unusual” calendar and warned they might not make any more signings this summer.
Roma named their 30-man squad for the North American tour, where they’ll face Liverpool and Montreal Impact.