ROMA NEWS

Federico Fazio is concerned at the Villarreal “remarkable experience in Europe over the last 15 years” as Roma visit them tomorrow.
Villarreal Coach Fran Escriba admits “Roma aren’t the opponent that I wanted” in the Europa League.
Villarreal winger Nicola Sansone insists “we’re not afraid of any team” ahead of tomorrow’s Roma game.
Roma winger Stephan El Shaarawy is a target for Fiorentina, reports say.
Roma are said to be considering Benfica defender Victor Lindelof as a potential replacement for Kostas Manolas.
Milan, Juventus and Roma are all reportedly interested in PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
There was bad news for Alessandro Florenzi, as Roma confirmed he twisted his left knee during training.
It looks as if a tentative agreement has been reached for the Stadio della Roma project, but the protests continue and so do legal problems.
Roma defender Federico Fazio revealed he could opt to play international football for Italy rather than Argentina.
Francesco Totti is back in the Roma squad to face Villarreal, with Thomas Vermaelen also included.
The meeting to decide the fate of the Stadio della Roma project is underway, after the club resubmitted plans.
Villarreal’s Jonathan Dos Santos warns Roma have “a team full of stars” and calls it “an honour” to face Francesco Totti.
With the top three all winning, the gap between them and the chasing pack gets bigger as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 24.
Roma’s new stadium will likely face a further delay, even if it gets approved today, as an appeal will go to the administrative court.
A decision on Roma’s stadium is expected today, after a revised plan was submitted.
Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessié is “flattered” by the interest in him but “I don’t want to go too fast”.
Roma CEO Umberto Gandini insists that winning the Europa League is 'harder than you think'.
Roma CEO Umberto Gandini insists Radja Nainggolan was 'expressing a personal opinion', but 'the world is a reporter'.
Torino striker Juan Iturbe reportedly reacted angrily to not being brought on as a substitute at the weekend.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi confirmed Serie A will scrap goal-line officials if VAR is introduced and is “disappointed” at recent errors.