ROMA NEWS

Follow all the Serie A Sunday afternoon action as it happens, including Napoli-Fiorentina for Europe, Roma at Torino and Lazio hosting Empoli.
Giampiero Ventura said if Torino beat Roma today, then “unthinkable scenarios could open up to us.”
Rudi Garcia believes Roma “are on the right track” against Torino tomorrow and fan protests are merely “a lover’s quarrel.”
Francesco Totti is back in the Roma squad, while Daniele De Rossi and Ashley Cole can face Torino despite fractures.
There’s a split emerging at Roma, as Rudi Garcia protests the decision to close the Curva Sud, while President James Pallotta won’t appeal.
Jose Mourinho named his ideal XI, including Javier Zanetti, Ashley Cole and Wesley Sneijder.
Striker Victor Ibarbo says he'll 'do everything possible to stay at Roma', and looks forward to playing against Torino.
Lega Serie A are considering ‘many options’ including playing the first game of the season in 10 cities across the world, but there are hurdles.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Juventus are in pole position for Paulo Dybala, but haven’t offered enough.
The agent of Roma defender Kostas Manolas is not interested in discussing rumoured Arsenal interest.
Roma have reportedly made a formal offer for Olympique Marseille forward Andre Ayew.
Vincenzo Montella said “at the moment there’s no chance” of leaving Fiorentina, but “we’ll discuss it at the end of the season.”
Daniele De Rossi suffered a micro-fracture to the vertebra and could still play Torino-Roma, while Ashley Cole fractured his hand.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi denies talking with Adriano Galliani about Andrea Bertolacci - ‘these are just stories to fill newspapers’.
Leandro Castan has returned to training with his Roma teammates, after undergoing brain surgery in December.
Schalke 04 full-back Dennis Aogo rules out a potential transfer to Roma – 'The idea has never crossed my mind'.
Juventus and Roma could make an offer for Chelsea's Mohamed Salah, countering Fiorentina's purchase clause.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini had a one-on-one meeting with striker Juan Iturbe, according to reports, and confirmed the club's trust.
Roma President James Pallotta called the mother of murdered Napoli fan Ciro Esposito to apologise for offensive banners.
Roma President James Pallotta protested at the Curva Sud closure over offensive banners. “Everyone shouldn’t pay for a few idiots.”