ROMA NEWS

Mido reveals he could have joined Juventus in 2004, but they signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic so he went to Roma.
The Lega Serie A has announced that the Derby della Madonnina will be played at 12.30 local time on Saturday April 15.
Monchi will reportedly bring Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra to Roma when, as expected, he becomes the new sporting director.
Fatih Terim thinks Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti would do “very well” as Italy CT.
Roma’s ultras confirm they’ll boycott the Lyon game - “our presence isn’t linked to the importance of the match”.
Simone Inzaghi believes Lazio can qualify for the Champions League as “in another season we might be second”.
Inter midfielder Roberto Gagliardini believes the Champions League is still possible, with a Napoli “misstep”.
Max Allegri warns Italian football is “on the edge of madness” after more controversy surrounding his Juventus.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik confirms “we want second place” and looks forward to an “interesting” double-header with Juventus.
Lazio winger Felipe Anderson describes his “wonderful” first win over Roma but cautions “we’re still not through”.
Diego Lopez insists Palermo are still in the running for Serie A safety despite their 3-0 home defeat to Roma. “We conceded in our best period of the game.”
Clement Grenier was pleased with his first Serie A start, providing an assist as Roma beat Palermo 3-0. “Everyone showed they were ready.”
Luciano Spalletti said he is “doing Roma a favour by not signing a new contract, as if I lose another two they’ll have to kick me out!”
Edin Dzeko hopes that the 3-0 victory away to Palermo can be “good for our confidence” after Roma got back on track.
Stephan El Shaarawy, Edin Dzeko and Bruno Peres gave Roma a much-needed victory away to Palermo, ending their negative streak to retain second place.
Palermo President Paul Baccaglini assured fans he has “a more consistent view” than predecessor Maurizio Zamparini and pledged a sacrifice in case of safety.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni has full faith in Luciano Spalletti’s squad rotation against Palermo and discussed President James Pallotta’s comments.
Wojciech Szczesny admits there is “a bit of pressure” on Roma ahead of their difficult trip to Palermo.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s seven Serie A games, from the Sassuolo-Bologna derby through Inter-Atalanta, Napoli-Crotone, Fiorentina-Cagliari and Palermo-Roma.
Roma make quite a few changes for their trip to Palermo, as Stephan El Shaarawy is the centre-forward and Clement Grenier starts, but must win to recapture second place.