ROMA NEWS

Inter are seeking an experienced defender on loan in January, with Manchester City’s Eliaquim Mangala and Thomas Vermaelen of Barcelona as options.
Luis Nani is enjoying life at Lazio and “already has goosebumps” for the Derby della Capitale with rivals Roma. “The Scudetto is possible.”
Italy gamble their last chips to reach the 2018 World Cup tomorrow, but it’s not clear which system will be used against Sweden.
With Marco Verratti suspended, Italy could go 4-4-2 or 4-2-3-1 in the second leg of the World Cup play-off against Sweden.
Roma are interested in Matteo Darmian from Manchester United or Chelsea’s Davide Zappacosta in the January transfer window.
Roma forward Diego Perotti is “relishing every moment” of his return to international duty with Argentina after six years.
It is reported that Roma sporting director Monchi is looking to sign Barcelona’s Aleix Vidal.
Roma great Francesco Totti admits the only regret of his career is that he ‘did not win much.’
After Radja Nainggolan, now Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha is in doubt for the Rome Derby after an injury on international duty.
Join us for all the build-up, action and post-match talk as it happens from the World Cup play-off first leg between Sweden and Italy.
Felipe Anderson is ready to return for Lazio, reports suggest, having missed the start of the season with tendinopathy.
Roma’s Radja Nainggolan has been forced to pull out of the Belgium squad with a groin injury.
Leandro Paredes admits “I’d like to go back to Roma one day” after revealing Eusebio Di Francesco was behind his exit.
Simone Zaza, Stephan El Shaarawy, Danilo D’Ambrosio and Leonardo Spinazzola are officially out of Italy’s World Cup play-off in Sweden.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan picked up a groin injury in training and is in doubt for Belgium’s friendly with Mexico.
Milan are said to be “moderately optimistic” after a three-hour meeting with UEFA to present their Financial Fair Play proposal.
Domenico Berardi’s agent confessed the Sassuolo talent would consider it “an honour to work with Eusebio Di Francesco again” at Roma.
Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco says Patrik Schick’s controversial interview was “misinterpreted”.
Eusebio Di Francesco says Roma “have to work hard to be worthy of the Scudetto” but “we’re there, we’re ready”.
Claudio Ranieri believes “the climb has begun” for Italian football, and his Nantes are “a team to be discovered”.