ROMA NEWS

Lazio’s Antonio Candreva dismisses Roma, describing the Aquile shirt as ‘the symbol of this city’.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirms they’re interested in Paulo Dybala but says he may be too expensive.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says a deal to sell Paulo Dybala will be agreed ‘by the end of April.’
Roma President James Pallotta assured there are “zero discussions" on sacking Rudi Garcia and is excited by the new stadium project.
Roma President James Pallotta interacted with fans, pledging to “get rid of people who don’t act as supporters.”
Torino sporting director Gianluca Petrachi reveals there have been no offers for Matteo Darmian, who will stay unless he asks to go.
After this morning’s insulting banner, now Roma fans announce they’ll boycott games in protest at President James Pallotta.
Former Roma Coach Fabio Capello has hit out at the club’s Ultras after a rude banner was displayed outside the training ground.
Former Roma striker Bojan Krkic claims Luis Enrique rejected the chance to sign Marco Verratti, as he didn’t think he was good enough.
Roma winger Juan Iturbe’s agent says his client is a target for two teams from the English Premier League.
Milan striker Mattia Destro looks set to miss Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina after the club announced he has sustained heavy bruising to his tibia.
Giampiero Ventura said Torino played an “extremely intelligent” game to hold Roma 1-1.
Stefano Pioli warned Lazio “it’s not over yet” after flying past Roma into second with a 4-0 demolition of Empoli.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma had a “good performance” against Torino and isn’t concerned at being overtaken by Lazio.
Lazio crushed Empoli 4-0 to leapfrog Roma into second after a 1-1 draw at Torino, while Napoli flattened Fiorentina 3-0.
Roma look for a third consecutive victory and have Francesco Totti on the bench, but visit a Torino side pushing for Europe.
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.