Gianluigi Buffon has admitted that Roma and Napoli won’t give Juventus an ‘easy ride’ this season.
Rudi Garcia has updated on Mehdi Benatia, explained the importance of attitude for Roma and on plans with Francesco Totti.
Davide Astori insists he did not turn down Lazio, choosing only Roma, as he reflects on the ‘sense of responsibility’ at the Giallorossi.
Sky Sport 24 are running the line that Roma have a budgetary decision to make, as they currently sit €15m in the red.
It is reported that Wolfsburg would turn their attention to signing Sassuolo’s Simone Zaza, should they fail to get Mattia Destro.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has denied speculation that his side are interested in signing Mehdi Benatia from Roma.
Roma defender Vasilis Torosidis has signed a new three-year deal with the club and is targeting the Scudetto.
Rumours continue to circulate that Chelsea will make a €37.5m offer for Roma defender Mehdi Benatia.
Zdenek Zeman has refused to blame any individuals for Italy’s World Cup embarrassment.
Roma are reportedly eyeing Tottenham centre-back Vlad Chiriches if Mehdi Benatia goes to Chelsea.
Roma’s Miralem Pjanic says he decided to stay at the club because he wants to win the Scudetto.
Morgan De Sanctis says that Roma at this moment have a squad capable of battling on three fronts and going for the Scudetto.
Morgan De Sanctis backs Mehdi Benatia as ‘a model professional’ and asserts that history shows if Roma lose him, they can still push forward.
Roma defender Leandro Castan has claimed that words mean nothing and that his team have to do their talking on the pitch.
Parma and Genoa’s Presidents have asserted their support for FIGC presidential candidate Carlo Tavecchio today.
Carlo Tavecchio’s FIGC election seems inevitable and he urged everyone to “work together to reform Italian football.”
Rudi Garcia said there is no deadline for Mehdi Benatia’s Roma future, although he “has a four-year contract.”
Francesco Totti bagged a brace as Roma flattened local side Eltendorf 5-0 in Austria.
Cesena have back-tracked on their FIGC election pledge and given their support back to Carlo Tavecchio.
Inter director Piero Ausilio reveals they “turned down over €25m” for Mauro Icardi, while Fredy Guarin could remain.