ROMA NEWS

Hellas Verona will present new free signing Urby Emanuelson to the media tomorrow.
Ex-Roma star Vincent Candela believes they should stick with Rudi Garcia or Luciano Spalletti. “I don’t like Antonio Conte.”
FIFA will give its verdict on Mohamed Salah on January 25 and Chelsea are expected to pay Fiorentina compensation.
Alessio Cerci needs to give the all-clear so he can join fellow Milan winger Suso at Genoa in January.
Roma and Milan have reportedly agreed terms for Stephan El Shaarawy, as the ex-Monaco player gives his all-clear.
Radja Nainggolan “had other offers, but I am convinced we can win with Roma” and put Barcelona behind them.
Edin Dzeko hopes to put a “very stressful and turbulent” 2015 behind him and “repay” Roma for their faith in him.
Diego Perotti is on the verge of completing a €12m transfer from Genoa to Roma.
Vasilis Torosidis “doesn’t want to leave Roma in January,” said his agent, but confirms Genoa and Torino interest.
Bournemouth must pay over €20m to Roma if they stay in the Premier League and Juan Manuel Iturbe plays 10 games.
Juan Manuel Iturbe admits he had never heard of Bournemouth before completing the transfer from Roma.
Roma have officially loaned Juan Manuel Iturbe to Bournemouth and the option to buy will bring the total cost to €24m.
Roma and Lyon are keeping an eye on Mathieu Debuchy after reports he’ll leave Arsenal.
Stephan El Shaarawy is set to leave Monaco, as Roma, Genoa and Bologna do battle for the Milan-owned striker.
Roma told Real Madrid and Barcelona to forget Miralem Pjanic, as his €45m release clause isn’t valid mid-season.
Roma are reportedly interested in Milan forward Stephan El Shaarawy, who won’t be signed outright by Monaco.
Roma will be without midfielder Salih Ucan for a month, after he suffered a metatarsal injury.
Alessio Cerci may leave Milan shortly as Roma, Bologna and Genoa are all reportedly interested.
Roma are interested in Inter defender Juan Jesus, who may end up being exchanged with Adem Ljajic.
Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte, Juventus' Max Allegri and Leicester City's Claudio Ranieri are in high demand, say reports, starting a domino effect.