ROMA NEWS

Vladimir Petkovic warns Rudi Garcia and Stefano Pioli that “Rome is a very tough place for football, especially after a good first season.”
Roma teammates Alessandro Florenzi and Radja Nainggolan are excited to face off at Euro 2016 when Italy take on Belgium.
Napoli have a full squad to choose from against Roma, other than injured Manolo Gabbiadini.
Gervinho and Mohamed Salah make the trip to Napoli, but Roma miss Francesco Totti and Vasilis Torosidis.
Gonzalo Higuain admits “my mentality has changed and I want to make history at Napoli. Roma cannot be underestimated.”
Maurizio Sarri insists “Napoli are not favourites against Roma” and criticised Gonzalo Higuain’s “attitude.”
Rudi Garcia hit back at Roma fans and media ahead of their trip to Napoli. “People act as if we’re lambs to the slaughter.”
Lorenzo Insigne wants to become “Napoli’s Francesco Totti,” hails Maurizio Sarri and says Edin Dzeko cannot compare to Gonzalo Higuain.
Verona director Riccardo Bigon is “willing to make a sacrifice for Juan Manuel Iturbe, as this is his home.”
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo claims Antonio Di Natale “will play as long as Francesco Totti does.”
It’s reported Roma have approached ex-Milan star Zvonimir Boban to become a new team manager.
Russian papers claim Zenit have offered Carlo Ancelotti a contract worth €16m per season.
Juventus and Roma have joined Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and more chasing Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi.
Gervinho is unlikely to feature in Roma’s trip to Napoli on Sunday, as he still hasn’t resumed training.
Watford are reportedly in talks with Roma to take Juan Manuel Iturbe on loan, returning Victor Ibarbo.
Roma President James Pallotta “identified a possible framework” to resolve the ultras strike in today’s meeting with the Prefect.
Aston Villa manager Remi Garde has admitted interest in Roma outcast Ashley Cole.
Former Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard praises Roma’s Francesco Totti - “he’s the king of Rome”.
Roberto Mancini insists Marcelo Brozovic will not leave Inter in January - “we’re not thinking about selling him”.
Roma target Salvatore Sirigu’s agent admits he could move in January, but denies he refused to play for Paris Saint-Germain.