ROMA NEWS

Norberto Neto’s agent replied to Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle’s criticism. “He wants to be 300 per cent sure.”
Amid interest from Roma and Inter, Genoa have reportedly affirmed that they are uninterested in moving on Diego Perotti this January.
English papers continue to insist Manchester United will offer €38m for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman.
Roma are reportedly trying to talk the Ivory Coast and Mali into releasing Gervinho and Seydou Keita for the game with Udinese.
After Fiorentina confessed “it’s not looking good” for Norberto Neto’s contract, the goalkeeper could join Roma or Liverpool next month.
Adriano Galliani believes Milan have turned a corner this season. “We used to always lose against the big clubs.”
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Tottenham are open to loaning Vlad Chiriches to Roma in January.
Philippe Mexes reveals what he was thinking when he took a shot from 41 metres in Milan’s 0-0 draw at Roma.
Pippo Inzaghi was “immensely proud” of 10-man Milan after a 0-0 draw away to Roma. “We played with heart.”
Rudi Garcia said even with a penalty appeal, Roma “should’ve done better against an ultra-defensive Milan.”
Morgan De Sanctis felt Milan’s 0-0 draw with Roma “was not undeserved, but we are left with regrets.”
Pablo Armero was sent off and Roma denied a penalty, but 10-man Milan clung on for a 0-0 draw at the Olimpico.
Roma director Walter Sabatini reveals Rudi Garcia is “bitter” at the Genoa steward’s accusation and doesn’t regret selling Jeremy Menez.
Seydou Keita assures Roma “have planned to win this match” against Milan at the Stadio Olimpico.
Roma aim to end 2014 one point adrift of leaders Juventus, but host a Milan side that is pushing for third place.
Philippe Mexes said Milan must “believe more than ever” in tonight’s trip to Roma, having beaten Napoli last week.
Gian Piero Gasperini urged Genoa not to get “distracted” by the controversial defeat to Roma and focus against Torino.
It’s reported Milan could sell Stephan El Shaarawy to plug a €70m hole in their balance sheet.
Jeremy Menez is reviving his career at Milan, but “without football I’d be in prison” and reveals he turned down Manchester United.
Antonio Conte is reportedly furious that clubs were allowed to opt out of his Italy get-together in February.