ROMA NEWS

Feyenoord’s Colin Kazim-Richards looks forward to ‘a special night’ against Roma, but warns against the ‘constant threat’ posed by Francesco Totti.
Feyenoord Coach Fred Rutten says his side will be playing to win when they take on Roma in the Europa League tomorrow.
Serie A will be on UK television until at least 2018, as BT Sport announces it has renewed its broadcast deal.
Juventus will evaluate the condition of Andrea Pirlo today, with fears the midfielder could be out for a month.
Juan Manuel Iturbe is back for Roma’s Europa League trip to Feyenoord, but Douglas Maicon misses out.
Roma President James Pallotta blames the media for the atmosphere at the club, and backs Coach Rudi Garcia.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia was reportedly involved in a confrontation with fans after returning from Verona on Sunday.
Authorities say they will “follow” Tottenham fans closely and ban alcohol ahead of the Fiorentina match.
Marek Hamsik is confident Napoli can catch Roma in second place, as only three points separate them now.
Rafa Benitez praised Napoli’s “winning mentality” against Sassuolo and admits it’s tough to drop Duvan Zapata.
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi may not play in Thursday's return leg against Feyenoord due to a sprained left ankle.
Roma are reportedly considering Atalanta's Davide Zappacosta for the summer, but the way to Torino's Matteo Darmian is blocked by Fiorentina.
Inter and Roma are expecting an update in the Financial Fair Play investigation that involves them and may be sanctioned, say reports.
A friendly between Italy and Holland may be organised, with revenue used to repay the damage caused by Feyenoord hooligans in Rome.
Milan's Mattia Destro says he had no choice but to leave Roma, as his former side struggles in his absence.
Former Roma doctor Mario Brozzi sees ‘no way out’ for Kevin Strootman after his injury, and speculates the player's surgery 'did not go perfectly'.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking to swoop on Roma target Bubacar Djaló, dubbed the ‘new Paul Pogba’.
Roma director Walter Sabatini ignored Scudetto questions and discussed why Mattia Destro left for Milan.
Andrea Mandorlini hinted he could’ve been fired if Verona had not held Roma to a 1-1 draw today.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma were simply “unlucky” to only get a draw against Verona, but they do “lack consistency.”