ROMA NEWS

Al Jazira, the Abu Dhabi side which signed Mirko Vucinic, are preparing a €14m bid for Roma’s Gervinho, according to reports.
Milan are reportedly considering extending their loan of Roma striker Mattia Destro into next season.
Roma are set to overhaul their squad this summer but Juventus target Radja Nainggolan reportedly wants to stay in the capital.
Lazio could make a move for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini if they qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Palermo confirmed “we are in the conclusive phase” of Paulo Dybala’s sale, most likely to Juventus.
Roma director Walter Sabatini said the performance against Milan was “disturbing” and threatened a training retreat.
Rudi Garcia blasted his Roma players for a 2-1 defeat to Milan. “We wasted an hour. They haven’t realised the situation.”
Pippo Inzaghi believes Milan “can build” on their 2-1 victory over Roma for the future and haven’t given up on Europe yet.
Mattia Destro admits “it was a special game for me” after scoring against Roma, but isn’t sure about his Milan future.
Mattia Destro scored the winner against his parent club as Milan threw Roma back into uncertainty with a surprise 2-1 triumph.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni assures the FFP ruling is “not a Sword of Damocles” and discussed Radja Nainggolan.
Roma seek precious points at San Siro, but Mattia Destro and Milan have their pride at stake.
Mattia Destro faces his past as Milan and Roma collide at San Siro for points, pride and dignity.
Bad news for Milan, as Alessio Cerci has been ruled out of tonight’s game with Roma due to a thigh problem.
Roma CEO Italo Zanzi assured “UEFA appreciate our work” and the FFP limitations won’t be a problem.
Filippo Inzaghi has named his Milan squad to take on Roma, with a number of Primavera players called up.
Roma blamed previous ownership for Financial Fair Play sanctions, and announced a desire to be a ‘model’ for other clubs.
Roma and Inter have both been fined and had their European squads limited for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
Filippo Inzaghi insists his Milan side will give their answers ‘on the pitch’ against Roma, and hits back at Rino Gattuso.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his players must ‘honour the shirt’ for the remaining four games of a disastrous season.