ROMA NEWS

Bologna and Roma played a waterlogged four-goal thriller steeped in controversy, including Mattia Destro’s late equaliser.
Roma are forced to reshuffle due to injuries and visit Mattia Destro’s revitalised Bologna.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games Bologna v Roma and Juventus v Milan.
Josip Ilicic thanks Paulo Sousa for revitalising his career and is confident Fiorentina can win the Scudetto.
Carlo Ancelotti would “very much love to be Roma Coach one day” or return to Milan, but won’t take a mid-season job.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero sees a Roma, Napoli, Fiorentina and Juventus Scudetto race, but “Inter are very lucky.”
Roma defender Antonio Rüdiger insists “to talk about the Scudetto now is premature”.
Coach Roberto Donadoni acknowledges Bologna are facing “one of the best teams in the League” in Roma.
Rudi Garcia has named his Roma squad to face Bologna, with captain Francesco Totti still absent.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia warns against complacency when his side take on Bologna tomorrow.
Rudi Garcia was in the Stade de France for the Paris terrorist attacks, but urges his Roma players to focus on football.
Arsenal have reportedly shied away from attempting to sign Roma's Alessandro Florenzi, intimidated by the competition of Barcelona.
Ponta Preta striker Leandrinho could become a free agent, and Roma and Inter are among the clubs out to sign him.
Alessio Romagnoli explains why he left Roma for Milan and carrying “the weight” of a €25m price-tag at the age of 20.
Lucas Lima “has received two concrete proposals, but not yet from Serie A, though he really likes Italy,” said the Santos man’s agent.
Gervinho has suffered a Grade I lesion to his right thigh and is expected to be out of action for three weeks.
Alessio Romagnoli believes Milan “must aim to reach the Champions League” and doesn’t fear Juventus.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan reveals he was mistaken for a terrorist in an Antwerp hotel.
Roma's Alessandro Florenzi says Italy 'want something important, but this won't do', whilst also discussing Coach Rudi Garcia.
Alessandro Florenzi says he's in 'the strongest Roma I've ever played in' while looking ahead to Barcelona.