ROMA NEWS

Atalanta boss Edy Reja celebrated a point at the Olimpico, but confessed he “expected more” from Roma.
Roma hit the brakes again with struggling Atalanta, while Palermo ended Genoa’s Euro hopes, Parma drew 2-2 at Empoli and Chievo held Udinese.
Roma have the opportunity to get second place back off Lazio, but it won’t be easy to get past a revitalised Atalanta.
Roma have the chance to recapture second place, but host revived Atalanta, while Palermo take on Genoa, plus Chievo-Udinese and Empoli-Parma.
Perth Glory have confirmed 17-year-old Danny De Silva will join Roma for a reported €2m.
Atalanta director Pierpaolo Marino confirmed Roma are after goalkeeper Marco Sportiello and full-back Davide Zappacosta.
Douglas Maicon is heading towards an early contract termination with Roma due to knee problems, it’s claimed.
Edy Reja has more than one reason to push Atalanta on against Roma today. “My Lazio friends asked me to win!”
The authorities announced they have identified and banned four Roma fans responsible for offensive banners against Napoli.
Roma may turn to Olympique Marseille's Benjamin Mendy to replace Ashley Cole, according to reports.
Seydou Keita returns, but Roma are without Daniele De Rossi, Miralem Pjanic and Gervinho against Atalanta.
Rudi Garcia said Roma fans are “blessed” to have President James Pallotta and can’t blame him for a stadium ban.
Roma are without Miralem Pjanic and Gervinho against Atalanta, said Rudi Garcia, but is not worried by Lazio.
The race to sign Paulo Dybala has been whittled down to Roma and Juventus, with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini due to meet the Giallorossi.
President of the Players’ Association Damiano Tommasi agrees with Roma patron James Pallotta that the Italian fan-club rapport is “not normal.”
Antonio Conte warned being Italy Coach is “twice as difficult” than in 2006, but “we’re working to make our dreams come true.”
Roma midfielder Seydou Keita says he can offer something between now and the end of the season, even though he’s ‘not 100 per cent’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini warns Juventus and Roma that he won’t accept less than €40m for Paulo Dybala.
Roma’s partial stadium ban has been adjusted, with some areas of the Curva Sud open for the Atalanta match.
Juan Iturbe says his future is with Roma, declaring ‘I want to prove myself on the pitch’.