ROMA NEWS

Roma’s Champions League squad includes Kevin Strootman and several summer signings, but not Urby Emanuelson or Antonio Sanabria.
Federico Balzaretti has admitted that his current injury could spell the end of his career, but is hopeful of a recovery.
Roma have officially signed Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa on loan from Newcastle United.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 2 to 16 have been confirmed for the rest of 2014.
Nemanja Vidic and Vasco Regini are suspended for Serie A Week 2 after red cards for Inter and Sampdoria.
“I am very happy to be at Roma and couldn’t wait,” said Newcastle’s Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa ahead of a medical.
Andrea Consigli has joined Sassuolo, Piotr Zielinski from Udinese to Empoli and Roma full-back Alessio Romagnoli to Sampdoria.
Reports are that Roma are closing in on a move for Newcastle United centre-back Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa today.
Adrien Rabiot’s protracted move to Roma appears to be inching ever closer, as they apparently agree a fee with Paris Saint-Germain.
Roma defender Alessio Romagnoli is all set to join Sampdoria on loan with option to buy.
L’Equipe claims Roma have beaten Arsenal and Tottenham to PSG talent Adrien Rabiot in a €15m deal.
Daniele De Rossi celebrated Roma’s win over Fiorentina and said this season “we intend to annoy Juventus.”
Roma have now officially signed defender Jose Holebas from Olympiacos for just €1m.
Rudi Garcia thanked “a great Morgan De Sanctis” for Roma’s 2-0 win over Fiorentina and appealed to the fans.
Vincenzo Montella was left to rue a poor Fiorentina first half against Roma. “I have to work out why we were timorous.”
Roma dominated the first half and thanked Morgan De Sanctis for denying Fiorentina an equaliser in this 2-0 victory.
Francesco Totti, Gervinho and Juan Iturbe take on Mario Gomez and Borja Valero in tonight’s Roma-Fiorentina.
Ezequiel Lavezzi and Adrian Rabiot are left out by PSG, fuelling rumours of moves to Inter and Roma respectively.
Roma’s Curva Sud ultras released a long statement in which they “take responsibility” for not controlling violence.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti sees the Scudetto race between Roma and Juventus, while Pippo Inzaghi “lives for football.”