ROMA NEWS

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri won’t be drawn on Paris Saint-Germain’s Blaise Matuidi - “I don’t talk about players from other teams”.
Inter, Fiorentina and Roma all face Czech opposition in the Europa League, while Sassuolo are pitted against Athletic Club.
Italy will have four teams in the Champions League from 2018 following UEFA's new reform.
Roma are considering an unlikely signing of Inter's Marcelo Brozovic, but only if Leandro Paredes is sold.
Inter and Fiorentina enter Pot 1 for the Europa League draw, with Roma in Pot 2 and Sassuolo in Pot 4.
Midfielder Nicolò Barella assures Cagliari are “ready” to face Roma on Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti agrees Serie A is between Juventus, Roma and Napoli, but he's following Sassuolo.
Fabio Cannavaro says Juventus will miss Paul Pogba in the Champions League, whilst Napoli profited from the sale of Gonzalo Higuain.
Arsenal are going for a last-minute swoop for Kostas Manolas, though Roma will attempt to lock him down.
Maxi Pereira, the Porto player felled by Daniele De Rossi in the Champions League play-off, will be out for two to three months.
Roma are set to sell Sadiq Umar and Vasilis Torosidis, and their final destination looks to be Bologna.
Torino are after Roma's William Vainqueur, but only after they can sell Davide Zappacosta to Sassuolo.
Roma will enlist former Milan director Umberto Gandini as their new CEO, succeeding Italo Zanzi.
Sporting director Walter Sabatini claims Roma's strategy on the transfer market is not affected by the dramatic defeat to Porto.
James Pallotta is angry with the referee after Roma's defeat to Porto: 'He was disgusting, he ruined the match'.
Juventus are top seeds in the Champions League draw, while Napoli go into Pot 2.
Roma’s Champions League exit not only damages them financially, but it boosts the coffers of Juventus and Napoli.
Porto Coach Nuno Espirito Santo felt his men started with “the right approach” and that was the decisive factor against Roma.
Wojciech Szczesny admits Roma “didn’t keep our heads, but Porto were there for us to beat” in the Champions League play-off.
Luciano Spalletti insists “there was no warning and therefore we couldn’t prevent” the red cards as Roma crashed out of the Champions League to Porto.