FIORENTINA NEWS

Roma star Alessandro Florenzi called Fiorentina “a pleasure to watch,” but doubts tonight’s clash will be decisive for third place.
Roma launch Mohamed Salah against his former club with Diego Perotti and Stephan El Shaarawy in a play-off for third place with Fiorentina.
Join us for all the build-up and action in tonight’s play-off for the Champions League between joint third-placed Roma and Fiorentina.
Milan midfielder Andrea Poli notes “our fate is in our hands” in the fight for the final Champions League place.
Nikola Kalinic says signing for Fiorentina was “the realisation of my childhood dream”.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri believes his team has been unfairly criticised - “it annoys me when you only talk about the result”.
Maurizio Sarri denies fatigue is behind Napoli’s recent downturn in form - “we’ve had some bad luck”.
Roma President James Pallotta admits Fiorentina are a tough opponent: 'But if we play like we know, we'll win'.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri says Serie A is still open, and discusses Bayern Munich and Paulo Dybala.
Serie A cannot cope with the increase in costs and reported a €365m loss, with most clubs indebted and Parma already bankrupt.
Fiorentina defender Davide Astori expects tomorrow’s Roma game to be “a good advert for Italian football”.
Borja Valero is “happy to stay” at Fiorentina, the player’s agent assures.
Luciano Spalletti names a strong Roma squad for Fiorentina, with Daniele De Rossi the only notable absentee.
Roma striker Edin Dzeko expects a “difficult game” against Fiorentina who he calls “a great team”.
Massimiliano Irrati will take charge of Fiorentina’s trip to Roma, as the Week 28 referees are announced.
Fiorentina will “have the energy to play” against Roma, assures Coach Paulo Sousa.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa admits tomorrow’s game will be decisive - but only for Roma.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti describes Fiorentina as “a work of art” ahead of their game tomorrow.
‘It’ll be harder playing Roma this time’ says Milan Badelj after Fiorentina’s success at the Stadio Olimpico last season.
Milan Badelj says the Champions League ‘is a concrete objective, not a dream’ for Fiorentina.