ROMA NEWS

Mo Salah is considering his options, as the Chelsea winger can veto a Fiorentina loan amid interest from Juventus, Roma, Milan, Inter and Atletico Madrid.
As Milan fear losing Jackson Martinez to Atletico Madrid, they battle Roma for Sevilla hitman Carlos Bacca.
Bologna confirmed they are “very close” to Cagliari defender Luca Rossettini, but Roma striker Mattia Destro “is a difficult target.”
Roma target Edin Dzeko’s agent assured “the chances of him leaving Manchester City are zero.”
Sevilla director Monchi insists Roma must pay the clause for Carlos Bacca, Fernando Llorente “is not an objective,” but requests Milan defender Adil Rami.
Palermo and Roma are both interested in Ludogorets goalkeeper Vladislav Stoyanov.
Paraguay talent Sergio Diaz “gives the priority to Roma,” but there’s an offer from Holland for the Cerro Porteno striker.
Sevilla’s sporting director Ramón Rodríguez is ‘convinced’ Roma target Carlos Bacca will not leave this summer.
Torino storm the transfer market as they reportedly go after Mattia Destro, Duvan Zapata and Stefano Okaka.
Al-Jazira Coach Abel Braga expects Roma winger Gervinho to sign - ‘if all goes well he’ll come to us’.
Reports say that Roma have completed a €15m deal to sign Genoa pair Iago Falque and Andrea Bertolacci.
Roma have reportedly made contact with Monaco about young winger Yannick Carrasco, while their interest in Carlos Bacca intensifies.
There are reports Roma have agreed to pay Cagliari €20m for Radja Nainggolan plus the loan of Carlos Carbonero.
Roma’s talks with Cagliari continue for several players, including Radja Nainggolan, but also Paul-Jose M’Poku.
Galatasaray or Roma are likely destinations for Kevin-Prince Boateng, as a move to Milan has fallen through.
Rudi Garcia says Radja Nainggolan is a player who Roma are ‘really counting on for next season’, with his co-ownership still unresolved.
Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu says he has ‘a lot of affection’ for Roma, but ‘there’s no reason to leave’.
Roma captain Francesco Totti will be at the club ‘for the rest of his life’ according to President James Pallotta.
Roma President James Pallotta reiterates that Coach Rudi Garcia will stay, hints at new signings and believes his team will challenge for the title next season.
Rudi Garcia is meeting with Roma President James Pallotta, but the patron assures his job is safe - ‘Rudi is our Coach’.