ROMA NEWS

Roma CEO Umberto Gandini insists Radja Nainggolan was 'expressing a personal opinion', but 'the world is a reporter'.
Torino striker Juan Iturbe reportedly reacted angrily to not being brought on as a substitute at the weekend.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi confirmed Serie A will scrap goal-line officials if VAR is introduced and is “disappointed” at recent errors.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from all today’s seven Serie A games, from Crotone-Roma through Inter-Empoli to Cagliari-Juventus.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola wants to see “the same determination” they showed against Roma and Juventus replicated in smaller games.
Luciano Spalletti joked about being insulted by Crotone fans and called Radja Nainggolan “a top player” after Roma’s 2-0 victory.
Edin Dzeko admits he will “leave the penalties for someone else” after missing his second of the season in Roma’s 2-0 victory at Crotone.
Edin Dzeko missed another penalty, but eventually found the net after Radja Nainggolan as Roma conquered Crotone 2-0.
Roma director Ricky Massara shrugged off Radja Nainggolan’s anti-Juventus comments as “healthy sporting antipathy.”
Juan Jesus urged Roma to “move the ball quickly and create space” in this morning’s trip to Crotone and still believes in the Scudetto.
Roma start Mohamed Salah and Leandro Paredes away to relegation battlers Crotone in the early Sunday match.
Federico Bernardeschi admits Fiorentina suffered a difficult week before beating Udinese.
Fiorentina director of sport Carlos Freitas concedes fans were “dissatisfied” with the 4-0 defeat to Roma and won’t be drawn on Paulo Sousa.
Federico Bernardeschi hit out at Fiorentina “critics who always had targets aimed on me” ahead of tonight’s match with Udinese.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola is honest when he says they are “prepared to park the bus” against high-flying Roma tomorrow.
Roma are without Francesco Totti for their trip to Crotone, but Mohamed Salah returns and Luciano Spalletti warns these points are precious.
Luciano Spalletti reassured Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan after declaring he hated Juventus. “He said a couple of daft things.”
Cagliari striker Marco Borriello reveals he turned down Real Madrid and Manchester City, while Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi “almost made me faint!”
Bruno Peres won’t go quite as far as Roma teammate Radja Nainggolan, but will say “Juventus make me angry and we can end their hegemony.”
Carlo Ancelotti warns Napoli’s Champions League clash with Real Madrid “is not to be taken for granted and there could be a surprise.”