Saturday’s Serie A clash between Sampdoria and Roma is reportedly at risk of being postponed.
Eusebio Di Francesco assures Roma’s glass is “half full” but admits “I’m not very happy with VAR” ahead of Saturday’s trip to Sampdoria.
Eusebio Di Francesco has confirmed that Patrik Schick will not face Sampdoria, but Alessandro Florenzi could start for Roma.
Filippo Inzaghi believes “it will be more difficult for Juventus to win the Scudetto” this season but “they remain favourites”.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo sees a strong Napoli, and says Juventus “will have to toil like never before” to retain the Scudetto.
Luciano Spalletti is “sorry I couldn’t unite the atmosphere at Roma” and “always told Francesco Totti what I thought”.
Roma legend Francesco Totti will begin the process of attaining his UEFA B Licence on September 19.
Roma defender Juan Jesus hits back at his critics - “I’m still only 26, even though they talk about me like I’m 32…”
Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira admits he hopes Patrik Schick doesn’t play for Roma this weekend.
Olympique Lyonnais’ President claims Roma made “a great signing” in midfielder Maxime Gonalons.
Gerson could feature in Roma’s first team this season after the club reportedly blocked the midfielder’s exit routes.
Fabio Borini and Andrea Ranocchia are among Milan and Inter’s highest earners, while Maurizio Sarri pockets over €5m less than Max Allegri.
The 20 Serie A clubs have failed to agree on a new Lega President, so will reconvene in around 12 days.
Bruno Peres and Rick Karsdorp returned to training with their Roma teammates today, and Patrik Schick scored three goals.
A meeting of the Lega Serie A is underway in Milan, with the election of a new President one of the items on the agenda.
Over 30,000 more season tickets have been sold across Serie A this season, with Milan up by 14,000.
According to the Football Observatory, Roma undersold Mohamed Salah to Liverpool and Antonio Rudiger to Chelsea.
Inter have given Joao Miranda the all-clear to resume training after a head injury when playing for Brazil.
French newspaper L’Équipe has named its best XI for Serie A, with players from Juventus, Napoli, Milan and Roma.
Giacomo Bonaventura admits winning the Scudetto this year “will be very difficult” for Milan.