ROMA NEWS

Roma centre-back Kostas Manolas is 'happy in Rome,' despite interest from Chelsea, Arsenal and Inter, reveals his agent.
Roma have reportedly rekindled their interest in Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho.
Milan striker M’Baye Niang has been linked with a move to Premier League side West Ham.
Roberto Baggio praised Francesco Totti, believes Paulo Dybala “is the future” and hailed Juventus, Roma and Napoli.
Milan are closer than ever to Gerard Deulofeu on loan after Everton agreed terms with Manchester United for Morgan Schneiderlin.
Roma “turned down a €40m offer from Arsenal” for Kostas Manolas, confirmed his agent, as Chelsea and Inter continue to track him.
Roma announced that Diego Perotti is nursing a calf injury, putting him in doubt for the Udinese trip this weekend.
Sevilla director of sport Monchi slammed “false reports” that he will leave in order to take a job at Roma. “I am staying, 120 per cent.”
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina will not be suspended, as Sampdoria’s request for television evidence was ruled “inadmissable”.
Reports suggest Inter will move for Roma defender Kostas Manolas in the summer.
Roma are prepared to pay €16m to sign Wojciech Szczesny permanently from Arsenal, according to reports.
Reports in Spain suggest Sevilla sporting director Monchi has confirmed that he’ll leave to join Roma.
Tomas Rincón had “no doubt” about joining Juventus as he believes “they’re the biggest Italian team”.
On a weekend that saw Juventus set a new all-time record of 26 consecutive Serie A home wins Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 19.
Reports suggests that Fiorentina could move for Napoli misfit Emanuele Giaccherini, should Milan Badelj leave in January.
Roma are reportedly considering a move for Hamburg attacking midfielder Alen Halilovic.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio has clarified claims that he said Milan and Inter were needed more than Roma and Napoli in Serie A.
Genoa confirmed the season is over for Mattia Perin, as the goalkeeper has torn his ACL.
Join us for today’s seven Serie A games starting with Udinese-Inter through Genoa-Roma, Sassuolo-Torino, Milan-Cagliari and Juventus-Bologna.
Luciano Spalletti felt Roma “fully deserved” the victory away to Genoa, sealed with an own goal, and “it’s fundamental to maintain this spirit.”