ROMA NEWS

Roma have agreed a three-year deal with Juventus defender Martin Caceres, say reports.
President James Pallotta agreed to extend Roma captain Francesco Totti's contract, and will announce this on Monday.
Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti warns Roma “we don’t fear anyone at home”.
Stephan El Shaarawy knows “Roma was the right choice” after his difficult Monaco spell.
A final decision on Francesco Totti’s Roma contract is reportedly expected in the coming days.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner expects Napoli, Roma, Inter and Milan to challenge for the Scudetto next year.
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent says “major clubs” like Bayern Munich want his client, but Napoli will decide his future.
Roma could reportedly offer Leandro Paredes to Fiorentina in a swap deal for midfielder Borja Valero.
Reports say Inter captain Mauro Icardi has been identified as Roma’s dream replacement for Edin Dzeko.
Roma have reportedly told Chelsea they must pay €40m for Radja Nainggolan, with PSG’s Adrien Rabiot a possible replacement.
It’s not certain Roma will sign Stephan El Shaarawy outright from Milan, according to reports.
New York Cosmos Coach Giovanni Savarese says there has “definitely” been contact with Francesco Totti.
Sassuolo’s Francesco Acerbi says ‘our objective is to get into Europe’ and responds to exit rumours: “We’ll see what happens.”
Roma goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis says ‘the players were also responsible for Rudi Garcia’s sacking’.
Inter defender Joao Miranda believes there’s ‘still a small chance of the Champions League’ despite being seven points off Roma.
Inter will reportedly hold talks with Sassuolo for Sime Vrsaljko, but alternatives include Torino’s Bruno Peres and Juventus’ Martin Caceres.
Italian media claim Chelsea are very close to securing Radja Nainggolan from Roma for €40m (£31m).
Radja Nainggolan is “a universal midfielder wanted by many clubs,” confirmed Roma director Walter Sabatini, but he’s cagey on Chelsea links.
Roma director Walter Sabatini asks Francesco Totti about his retirement. “Do you want to end at the top or when you can’t take it anymore?”
Walter Sabatini reveals Max Allegri almost joined Roma in 2013, but wouldn’t advise Juventus to buy Medhi Benatia.