ROMA NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco says he and his Roma squad “are looking forward” because they “can’t be content”.
Diego Perotti has announced he’ll stay at Roma until 2021, in a video posted on the club’s Facebook page.
Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are among Roma’s possible Champions League opponents in Monday’s draw.
Roma youth team player Luca Pellegrini made his comeback after a torn ACL and promptly fractured his patella.
Diego Perotti is reportedly due to sign a new contract holding him at Roma until June 2021.
Wojciech Szczesny declares “we have to win against both Inter and Roma” because “we’re Juventus”.
Rome’s mayor Virginia Raggi promises to do “everything to speed up the process” of building the Stadio della Roma.
Paolo Di Canio doesn’t regret his return to Lazio, and reveals he has “no relationship” with Roma legend Francesco Totti.
Roma CEO Mauro Baldissoni reiterates the aim is to open the new stadium for the 2020-21 season, and Champions League group wins “must become normal”.
James Pallotta has hailed confirmation of Roma’s new stadium as a ‘pivotal’ moment for the club.
Diego Simeone claims Atletico Madrid picking up less points against Qarabag than Roma in the Champions League shows “how wonderful football can be.”
Radja Nainggolan says Roma enjoyed silencing their critics after they qualified for the Champions League last 16. “Nobody thought we’d get through…”
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte admits Roma “deserved” to win the Champions League group. “It’s a good sign for Italian football, awaiting Napoli.”
Daniele De Rossi hopes winning the Champions League group can “clean up the image of Roma in Europe in a way.”
Carlo Ancelotti reiterated he wants to remain at club level, but is “not ruling out” the Italy job in future, especially after Daniele De Rossi’s advice.
Eusebio Di Francesco finds Roma topping the Champions League group “satisfying because everyone assumed we’d be eliminated” by Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.
Diego Perotti admits “when the draw was made, nobody believed” in Roma, but they won the group ahead of Chelsea and knocked out Atletico Madrid.
Diego Perotti’s header gave Roma victory over Qarabag and ensured they won the Champions League group ahead of Chelsea, eliminating Atletico Madrid.
Roma President Jim Pallotta hailed the all-clear for the Stadio della Roma project. “We want to give our fans the home they deserve.”
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s Champions League deciders, Roma-Qarabag and Olympiacos-Juventus.