ROMA NEWS

Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti is looking forward to facing Porto tomorrow - “we’ve wanted this for eight months”.
Kevin Strootman assures he’s “ready to play” his third game in a week for Roma against Porto.
Bologna's Joey Saputo sounds reluctant to the idea of signing Mario Balotelli: 'We don't buy players for marketing purposes'.
Marco Borriello tries to galvanise Cagliari ahead of meeting Roma: 'We have everything to lose.'
Monaco offered their midfielder Joao Moutinho to Roma, who may consider him as an alternative to Borja Valero.
Alessandro Florenzi and Leandro Paredes won't recover in time for Roma-Porto, but Kostas Manolas should make it.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani concedes they were turned down for Mateo Kovacic and Leandro Paredes, but not interested in Rodrigo Caio.
Roma have injury doubts on Alessandro Florenzi, Kostas Manolas and Leandro Paredes for the Champions League clash with Porto.
Simone Zaza’s father confirmed Juventus won’t sell in Italy, gives West Ham “serious consideration,” but claims Wolfsburg changed the terms.
Udinese defender Thomas Heurtaux has reportedly fractured his jaw during a 4-0 defeat to Roma.
Ronaldo’s all-time dream XI included four Italians and nine players who featured in Serie A.
Polish referee Szymon Marciniak will officiate the Champions League play-off between Roma and Porto.
Liverpool have reportedly offered €21m for Leandro Paredes, but Luciano Spalletti declared he wants to keep the Roma midfielder.
Beppe Iachini can’t believe Udinese lost 4-0 when they had neutralised Roma so successfully for an hour.
Luciano Spalletti was pleased with Roma’s 4-0 victory over Udinese, but told his players off for being “too hasty.”
Diego Perotti believes Roma now “have the confidence to take on Porto” after beating Udinese 4-0 with his brace of penalties.
Roma struggled in the first half, but kicked into gear to crush Udinese 4-0 with two Diego Perotti penalties, Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni assured they were “planning for the season ahead regardless of the Champions League.”
Bruno Peres assures he is “ready and can learn fast” ahead of his Roma debut against Udinese.
Bruno Peres is given his Roma debut in the season opener against Udinese, who have many new faces in their line-up.