ROMA NEWS

Roma lost Gervinho in the warm-up and Mohamed Salah on the bench in their Champions League decider against BATE Borisov.
Roma’s Champions League fate will be decided tonight at the Stadio Olimpico in a face-to-face with BATE Borisov.
Roma’s Ultras are continuing their boycott, but turned out to support the youth team at Trigoria.
Reports say Internacional goalkeeper Alisson Becker could join Juventus in January if Neto leaves the club.
Agent Andrea D’Amico says Toronto’s Sebastian Giovinco, New York City FC’s Andrea Pirlo and Zenit’s Domenico Criscito will all stay put.
Miralem Pjanic says the Roma fans ‘taught me what it means to be a Romanista’ and names five people who changed his life.
Mohamed Salah is back in the Roma squad for their Champions League clash with BATE Borisov tomorrow night.
BATE Borisov Coach Aleksandr Yermakovich laughed off Roma’s “11 wolves” pledge. “We’ll try to win with 11 players.”
Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson confirms “interest from Roma and Juventus”, but no deal has been done yet.
Roma outcast Ashley Cole could join Andrea Pirlo at New York City, according to reports.
BATE Borisov midfielder Aleksandar Hleb calls Roma “very strong” but “we believe we can win.”
Roma captain Francesco Totti admits he “would never have imagined playing centre-forward”.
Edin Dzeko admits Roma “must do better” but “no-one wins the Scudetto in December”.
Rudi Garcia wants “11 wolves” on the pitch for Roma in the crucial Champions League tie with BATE Borisov.
Coach Rudi Garcia insists Roma are “united” but confesses “we have to win” against BATE Borisov.
Roma striker Edin Dzeko admits “I should’ve done better” but backs himself to start scoring.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli feels Milan are too cautious, and says Roma are missing Francesco Totti.
Roma President James Pallotta and sporting director Walter Sabatini have given their backing to Coach Rudi Garcia.
Reports say Francesco Totti is ready to extend his Roma contract by one year, ensuring he will play into his forties.
Inter are Scudetto favourites ‘thanks to Roberto Mancini’ and Milan ‘don’t have much quality’ says Fabio Capello.