ROMA NEWS

New Juventus signing Gonzalo Higuain has refused to respond to comments by Francesco Totti that modern footballers only chase money.
Roma’s Stephan El Shaarawy admits Juventus’ ability to sign world class players puts them a level above their rivals.
Borja Valero's agent says he is 'not sure' if the Roma target will remain at Fiorentina for the upcoming season.
Atalanta are after Roma's Juan Iturbe or else their youngster Federico Ricci, who is returning from his Crotone loan.
Reports suggest Roma have reached an agreement with Arsenal to bring Wojciech Szczesny back on loan.
Serie A 2016-17 will kick-off with Roma-Udinese, as the fixture times for Weeks 1 and 2 are announced.
Milan and Roma are reportedly battling for Juventus striker Simone Zaza, after he rejected a move to Wolfsburg.
It’s reported that Roma and Bologna have reached a €15m agreement for Amadou Diawara.
Diego Perotti describes Roma’s Champions League play-off as “the most important match of the season”.
Edin Dzeko dismisses speculation about leaving Roma: 'My future is here, but there should be more balance'.
Roma’s Leandro Paredes insists he wants to stay in the Italian capital despite interest from around Europe.
Roma’s Francesco Totti has criticised the high profile transfers of Miralem Pjanic and Gonzalo Higuain this summer.
Javier Pastore still likes Serie A, but won’t leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer - “I’m like God in Paris”.
The next 48 hours will reportedly be decisive if Wojciech Szczesny is to return to Roma from Arsenal.
Milan are reportedly considering a move for former Juventus defender Martin Caceres.
Roma President James Pallotta says the gap to Juventus will reduce “when we have our stadium”.
Lazio signed Ramon Muzzi from Torino, but will probably leave him with the youth team.
Roma are after Anderlecht's Youri Tielemans and Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen, say reports.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti will keep Kostas Manolas, 'a good player but there are others', and Edin Dzeko.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti says Juventus were already 'extremely strong' and that he doesn't understand people who criticise them.