ROMA NEWS

Lazio’s Ricardo Kishna looks set to join Lille, but a move for Roma’s Gerson has collapsed.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti insists Leandro Paredes “doesn’t want to go anywhere” and discusses Kostas Manolas.
Gerson’s move from Roma to Lille is in jeopardy, as Luciano Spalletti admits “it’s on stand-by”.
Reports suggest Roma are interested in Torino’s Daniele Baselli, potentially allowing Leandro Paredes to join Juventus.
Arsenal are said to have agreed personal terms with Roma defender Kostas Manolas ahead of a €55m summer move.
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Roma are said to be still interested in Napoli midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini, but the Partenopei are resisting.
A decision over Roma’s new stadium has been delayed by 30 days, with the aim of reducing the size of the project.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri believes a sixth Scudetto in a row would be “legendary”.
Radja Nainggolan explains that he rejected Chelsea as “a lifestyle choice” and is happy at Roma.
The Lega Serie A has confirmed the changes to kick-off times up to and including March 19.
Giuseppe Marotta confirms Juventus “won’t do anything” on the transfer market before the deadline tomorrow.
The agent of Godfred Donsah says the Bologna midfielder still harbours hopes of joining Roma before Tuesday’s cut-off point.
Roma are at the centre of a midfield merry-go-round involving Leandro Paredes, Daniele Baselli, Milan Badelj, Godfred Donsah, Franck Kessie and Gerson.
It’s reported the Mayor of Rome will reject the proposal to build a new Stadio della Roma.
Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj’s agent “waiting for offers, but at the moment there is nothing concrete” from Roma and Milan.
There are Italian reports Roma could sell Kostas Manolas tomorrow if the right offer arrives, as they won’t send Leandro Paredes to Juventus.
Reports suggest LOSC Lille have agreed terms to sign Roma midfielder Gerson on loan with an €18m option to buy.
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Marco Giampaolo said Sampdoria “played with courage and were rewarded” with the 3-2 victory over Roma.