ROMA NEWS

Max Allegri explained the changes he made as Juventus beat Empoli 2-0, won’t rule out Roma or Napoli for the Scudetto, but “our destiny is in our hands.”
Simone Inzaghi urged Lazio to focus on Udinese and not get distracted by the upcoming Coppa Italia semi-final with Roma.
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez said Atalanta’s game went to plan conquering Napoli at the San Paolo and they are “on the same level as Inter, Lazio and Milan.”
Marcelo Brozovic and Mauro Icardi are in the Inter squad to face Roma tomorrow night, though Joao Miranda sits out a ban.
After the Stadio della Roma project got the all-clear, city rivals Lazio released a statement warning they want their own arena too.
Roma boss Luciano Spalletti praised Inter Coach Stefano Pioli’s tactical intelligence, but won’t swap Edin Dzeko with Mauro Icardi.
The Mayor gave the all-clear for the Stadio Della Roma project, but it’s worth noting the arena has many more hurdles to overcome.
Samir Handanovic believes that “for the first time in five years, Inter are on the right track” with Stefano Pioli and owners Suning Group.
Edin Dzeko called Roma teammate Francesco Totti “a legend in every possible respect” and praised his “down-to-earth” attitude.
Roma President Jim Pallotta “looks forward to building a stadium that the club, and the city, can showcase to the entire world.”
Virginia Raggi, Mayor of Rome, says it is “a historic day” after Roma were given the go-ahead to build their new stadium.
Roma’s proposed new stadium has reportedly been given the green light by the local council.
Luciano Spalletti says while “it might’ve been better” for Roma to be drawn with a team other than Lyon in the Europa League last 16, he explains “it’s good”.
Radja Nainggolan is hoping for a “beautiful” clash with Inter on Sunday as the Roma midfielder believes a new stadium is a “must” for his club.
Papu Gomez declares Atalanta “believe in Europe” but if so “you have to sign eight or nine players”.
Roberto Mancini believes Claudio Ranieri “will be remembered in 2000 years”, as Italian reports suggest he turned down the Leicester City job.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli confirms “I hope to be here in three years” and insists his squad has “an impeccable attitude”.
Stefano Pioli believes the winner of Inter-Roma will be “whoever hits the opponent’s weak points”.
Javier Zanetti says Inter can’t use Juventus for inspiration, and discusses the Derby d’Italia - “compared to ’98…”
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti admits the visit of Roma on Sunday night is “a cup final”.