ROMA NEWS

Francesco Totti has revealed that he plans to “stay in football” with Roma once his playing career ends.
Damiano Tommasi believes Roma “must get into the right mindset”, and criticises a lack of reform in Italian football.
Marc Wilmots admits he allowed Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan to smoke during his time as Belgium Coach.
There will reportedly only be 25,000 fans at Stadio Olimpico when Roma take on Crotone tonight.
Maicon’s agent denies he offered his client to Inter, and claims “many clubs are interested” in the full-back.
Roma are still missing Thomas Vermaelen for tomorrow night’s encounter with Crotone.
Davide Nicola assures Crotone that tomorrow’s opponents Roma “are not from another planet, they are just another team in Serie A.”
Kostas Manolas received “strong interest from Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United,” but could sign a new Roma contract, said his agent.
Gonzalo Rodriguez warns Fiorentina that Udinese “have always been difficult for us”.
There’s a war of words between Walter Sabatini and and Pantaleo Corvino, after the latter accused Roma striker Edin Dzeko of diving.
Luciano Spalletti insists Roma “are on the right track”, despite the defeat to Fiorentina.
James Pallotta declares Roma “are not afraid” of Juventus, as well as discussing Francesco Totti and Luciano Spalletti.
James Pallotta hails Rome’s mayor as “fantastic” and hopes to start the new Roma stadium in March.
Diego Milito believes Inter striker Mauro Icardi is “worth Gonzalo Higuain” and has become “a team player”.
Roma defender Thomas Vermaelen is likely to miss Crotone, as he still has an adductor problem.
Former Roma defender Aldair believes Edin Dzeko will “unlock the door” soon after another goalless performance against Fiorentina.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito and his Roma counterpart James Pallotta have finally made peace, ending a long-running feud.
Roma’s Kevin Strootman is adamant that his team deserved to beat Fiorentina on Sunday evening.
Paulo Sousa claims Fiorentina showed enough “courage to deserve good luck” after their contentious 1-0 win over Roma.
Luciano Spalletti felt Roma “did not deserve defeat” to Fiorentina and the result “hurts because incidents went against us.”