ROMA NEWS

Radja Nainggolan admits Roma “regret not scoring more when we were dominating,” but got a positive result down to 10 men at Porto.
Thomas Vermaelen was sent off on his debut, but Roma earned a 1-1 draw away to Porto when down to 10 men.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni assured “confidence is essential” in the Champions League play-off with Porto, but won’t cry over Miralem Pjanic.
The Amadou Diawara saga continues, as Napoli reportedly offer €15m plus bonuses, beating Milan and Schalke 04.
Roma begin their campaign with Edin Dzeko, Thomas Vermaelen and Alisson against Porto for the Champions League play-off.
Roma’s entire season could be transformed in the Champions League preliminary round, as they go head-to-head with Porto.
Schalke 04 have emerged as another contender for Bologna rebel Amadou Diawara, joining Milan and Napoli.
Fiorentina director Carlos Freitas insists “there’s nothing at the moment” with Roma for Borja Valero.
Crystal Palace are interested in Roma midfielder William Vainqueur, according to reports.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti admits “everyone likes” Fiorentina’s Borja Valero, a reported target.
Porto midfielder Danilo Pereira calls Roma “very complete” and is worried by their pace in attack.
Roma have prepared a €15m offer for Fiorentina's Borja Valero, but only if they beat Porto.
Milan made a loan offer for Bologna's Amadou Diawara, already targeted by Roma, Napoli and Juventus.
Francesco Totti describes his special relationship with Roma: 'I'm not an icon, just a Roman citizen in love with this place'.
Daniele De Rossi explains he has no regrets over his life-long Roma career choice, and promises he won't retire before Francesco Totti.
Inter's Frank De Boer says 'it's not a given that Juventus will be stronger', and discusses Napoli's Arkadiusz Milik.
James Pallotta claims Roma are 'not that distant from being able to compete with the strongest', whilst discussing Francesco Totti.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola wished Roma and Brescia all the best, while Juventus “have done extraordinary things.”
Luciano Spalletti keeps Roma goalkeepers on their toes and wants players “to fill the game” against Porto in the Champions League play-off.
Luciano Spalletti welcomed Torino right-back Bruno Peres to Roma. “We were missing someone with his characteristics.”