ROMA NEWS

Roma sporting director Monchi says “nothing has changed” with their pursuit of Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez.
Good news for Roma, as Young Boys eliminated Dinamo Kiev, meaning the Giallorossi are in Pot 3 for the Champions League draw.
Morgan De Sanctis has officially retired as a goalkeeper with Monaco and joined Roma as their new team manager.
Roma are losing patience with Leicester City over Riyad Mahrez and targeting Borussia Dortmund’s Emre Mor, who was close to Fiorentina.
Roma have reportedly been rejected for Lucas Vazquez, so they’re focusing on Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez.
Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare appears to hint Roma target Riyad Mahrez wants to stay in England “he wants to play for a top-six club”.
Roma continue to strike deals under the radar, as they have agreed terms for 18-year-old Maribor striker Zan Celar.
Roma saw a €30m proposal for Lucas Vazquez rejected by Real Madrid, claim Radio Marca.
Roma have a deal for Brondby creative midfielder Rezan Corlu, announced the Danish club. “It was difficult to say no to Roma.”
Cafu believes Roma could have “an outstanding side” this season, and says “the game has lost a wonderful player” in Francesco Totti.
A mural dedicated to Roma legend Francesco Totti has once again been vandalised.
Kostas Manolas assures he’ll “definitely” stay at Roma, after his aborted move to Zenit St Petersburg.
Massimiliano Allegri believes Roma are Juventus’ main rivals for the Scudetto, and “this year will be a much more difficult season”.
Edin Dzeko believes Roma “have done some good work” in pre-season, and praises Aleksandar Kolarov.
Last night saw Juventus defeat Roma on penalties in the latest match at the International Champions Cup.
Two reputable journalists believe Roma could finalise a deal to sign Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez on Thursday.
Roma legend Aldair has urged James Pallotta “to always respect his opponents” and “follow his team more” in light of recent controversy.
Eusebio Di Francesco claims Roma’s glass is “half full” after their defeat to Juventus as “I still expect a lot more from this team.”
Max Allegri “likes this new Juventus” after their penalties win against Roma and believes the side “still have room for a lot of improvement”.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio “puts Roma and Napoli in front of everyone else” as he has doubts over Milan and Inter.