ROMA NEWS

It is reported that Liverpool are weighing up an offer for Roma's Mohamed Salah.
Maria Sensi, wife of the former Roma President, claims “the club tried to get rid of Francesco Totti from the start, but he should’ve retired last year.”
The Corriere dello Sport claims Milan want Roberto Mancini for next season, while Vincenzo Montella is heading to Roma and Luciano Spalletti to Inter.
The changes to the Serie A schedule for Week 37 have been confirmed, including Napoli-Fiorentina and Lazio-Inter.
Inter have reportedly launched a mammoth €40m bid for Roma defender Antonio Rudiger.
Following Roma’s victory over Milan, which saw Napoli drop back into third, and with Juve needing to wait another week before they can be crowned champions after their derby draw, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 35.
Zdenek Zeman claims Roma were wrong to announce Francesco Totti’s retirement from football before “the greatest” was able to.
Diego Perotti says “I understand it when the fans are angry” after reflecting on another trophyless campaign for Roma.
Week 36 was expected to be crucial in the relegation battle and the chase for the Europa League, but in truth there hasn’t been much change.
Roma President James Pallotta defends Luciano Spalletti and warns “I couldn’t blame him if he left”.
Daniele De Rossi notes “Milan are sixth and their fans welcome them with ovations” comparing that to the Roma crowd.
Luciano Spalletti was fresh from a 4-1 victory away to Milan, but confessed “if I could go back, I would never have returned to Roma.”
Vincenzo Montella held his hands up and confessed that “Roma were superior to Milan as a team unit, as individuals and as the Coach on the bench.”
Luciano Spalletti explained how he focused Roma to beat Milan 4-1, but replied sarcastically when asked about Francesco Totti. “Whatever I do, you complain!”
Edin Dzeko feels Roma can be “in general happy this evening” after a 4-1 victory away to Milan got them back into second place.
Edin Dzeko bagged an early brace, Stephan El Shaarawy punished his former club and Daniele De Rossi scored a late penalty as Roma ran riot away to Milan.
Join us for all the build-up and action to tonight’s San Siro showdown, as Milan and Roma need victories to continue the European fight.
Milan director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli claims their transfer strategy is “independent” of Europa League qualification and denies Alvaro Morata interest.
Roma general manager Umberto Gandini insists they are still in the Scudetto race and Monchi’s arrival shows “we certainly don’t lack a vision for the future.”
Leandro Paredes insists Roma face Milan at San Siro “with big ambitions and need three points at all costs to reply to Napoli.”