ROMA NEWS

There’s plenty of Serie A action today with Roma hosting Empoli and Milan under pressure away to Torino.
Juventus, Roma and Chelsea are doing battle for Genoa-owned Italy Under-21 international Rolando Mandragora.
Salvatore Sirigu could leave Paris Saint-Germain in January to retain his spot for Italy at Euro 2016.
A transfer intermediary reveals Napoli will sell Ivan Strinic, Jonathan de Guzman and Juan Zuniga, while Adem Ljajic rejected West Ham.
Marco Giampaolo warned Empoli “mustn’t change ourselves” against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico today.
UEFA reveal Juventus earned €89.1m from the 2014-15 Champions League campaign, more than any other club.
Former Roma full-back Vincent Candela believes this season will be “decisive” for Coach Rudi Garcia.
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic will be fit to face Napoli, according to his agent.
Former Inter and Roma defender Walter Samuel announces he will retire at the end of the season.
Edin Dzeko is back in the Roma squad for the visit of Empoli tomorrow.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia assures Kevin Strootman is “relaxed and happy” and Leandro Castan is close to a return.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia believes Juventus are still Scudetto favourites but “we’ll try and upset the odds”.
Projects for the new Roma property stadium are placed on stand-by as the price is revealed to be €320m.
Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly considering the possibility of candidating Lazio President Claudio Lotito as mayor of Rome.
In spite of Kevin Strootman's extensive injury trouble, Roma are prepared to offer him an extension until 2019.
Roma President James Pallotta said they’ve renewed Kevin Strootman’s contract, but it’s reported they’re still in talks.
Lucas Digne thanked Roma for getting his confidence back and can aspire to a place at Euro 2016 with France.
Luciano Spalletti is very impressed by Paulo Sousa’s Fiorentina and is familiar with Rudi Garcia’s Roma problems.
Roma President James Pallotta assures they’ve “built a team that is more than good enough to win a Scudetto.”
Roma President James Pallotta says the club has “never had a discussion” about Kevin Strootman leaving.