ROMA NEWS

Wojciech Szczesny insists Juventus “are not that much better than Roma” and targets the Scudetto.
Milan Badelj could buy out own his Fiorentina contract, allowing him to leave the club before the expiry of his deal in 2018.
Both Juventus and Roma are interested in Sampdoria midfielder Karol Linetty, reports suggest.
Bayern Munich Coach Carlo Ancelotti says there 'is no chance' of Kingsley Coman returning to Juventus.
Roma are looking to sign defender Felipe from Porto, according to reports in Portugal.
Former Juventus and Roma midfielder Thomas Haessler is joining the German version of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
Italy tested out a 4-2-4 system ahead of games with Liechtenstein and Germany, using Marco Verratti and Daniele De Rossi in midfield.
Belgium Coach Roberto Martinez confirmed Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan was dropped. “Radja must be patient and prove himself.”
Bologna’s injury crisis keeps getting worse, as Umar Sadiq is out for around 10 days with a sprained knee.
Roma have announced that Leandro Paredes will be sidelined for just over two weeks with an ankle injury.
Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi assures he knows “how important” the derby with Roma is.
Milan legend Alessandro Costacurta says Vincenzo Montella brought “added value”, but worries about the defence.
After another exciting weekend of Serie A football Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 12.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has congratulated Roma boss Luciano Spaletti for 'giving great character' to the Giallorossi.
Roberto Donadoni concedes Bologna “lost many individual duels” in their 3-0 defeat to Roma.
Luciano Spalletti was impressed by Roma’s 3-0 victory over Bologna, despite dealing with an injury crisis and European fatigue.
Mohamed Salah was “very happy” with his hat-trick against Bologna and wants to “continue like this so we win something with Roma.”
Mohamed Salah was the hat-trick hero to sweep Bologna aside 3-0, as Roma consolidated second place.
Roma must win to recapture second place from Milan and host a Bologna side packed with ex-Giallorossi players.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel wants to end his reputation for inconsistency. “I let people down, but this is the right year for me.”