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Tuesday June 7 2016
Sabatini denies Roma rift

Sporting director Walter Sabatini confirms he will stay at Roma although rumours suggest otherwise.

Yesterday's summit between President James Pallotta, Coach Luciano Spalletti and director Mauro Baldissoni reportedly covered the summer's transfer market.

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Monday June 6 2016
Spalletti: ’Roma want Digne but…’

Coach Luciano Spalletti confirms Roma want to sign Lucas Digne but Paris Saint-Germain “want to keep him”.

The French full-back spent last season on loan with the Giallorossi, but there was no buyout clause inserted into his contract.

President James Pallotta is in Rome this week, and met with the tactician today.

“The meeting went well,” Spalletti told reporters outside Studio Tonucci.

“There was a long time where I wasn’t able to see the President, so it was good to meet and congratulate each other.

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Monday June 6 2016
Sabatini: 'Totti should have stopped'

Walter Sabatini reveals he told Francesco Totti to retire, and will leave Roma due to 'a disconnect' with President James Pallotta.

The sporting director was in the eye of the cyclone this year as Totti, Pallotta, Coaches Rudi Garcia and later Luciano Spalletti all clashed with each other at one point or another.

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Sunday June 5 2016
Pallotta: 'Nobody changed mind on Totti'

Roma President James Pallotta insists the Francesco Totti contract renewal was never an issue. “I always said we’d talk at the end of the season.”

The captain will be out of contract at the end of this month, but is widely expected to sign a new one-year deal to continue playing past his 40th birthday.

“I never did change my mind on Totti. All of you kept guessing what we were going to do,” Pallotta told a scrum of reporters outside the airport in Rome.

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Sunday June 5 2016
Pallotta: 'Roma good shape financially'

President James Pallotta explained Roma’s Financial Fair Play situation, insisting “we are in good shape.”

The transfer rumours around the club this summer are largely fuelled by their failure to meet UEFA FFP parameters, but Pallotta claims this has been misinterpreted.

“We haven’t had issues with that. All the Financial Fair Play issues and the cash-flow problems are from before we took over the club,” Pallotta told reporters at the airport in Rome.

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Sunday June 5 2016
Pallotta: 'Nainggolan, Rudiger staying'

Roma President Jim Pallotta flew in and declared “Radja Nainggolan is staying, we don’t want to sell Antonio Rudiger, but Miralem Pjanic…”

The patron arrived in Rome this afternoon from Boston and is expected to announce Francesco Totti’s contract extension tomorrow.

Reporters were waiting for him at the airport and asked about Chelsea’s interest in Nainggolan.

“I keep telling all of you that Nainggolan’s not going anywhere,” replied Pallotta.

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Friday June 3 2016
Totti renewal ‘early next week’

Roma will make Francesco Totti’s long-awaited contract extension official by Tuesday, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The newspaper states Totti will put pen to paper for another year in the vicinity of James Pallotta on Monday, although a Press conference is not expected to be held until July or August, when the Giallorossi embark on their preseason tour of the United States.

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Wednesday June 1 2016
Official: CEO Zanzi quits Roma

Roma announced that CEO Italo Zanzi has resigned from the Board of Directors “to pursue other opportunities.”

Zanzi had been at the helm since 2013 and his resignation comes into effect from June 30.

“Three and a half years ago I had the honour of becoming CEO of AS Roma,” said Zanzi.

“Now, with the club well-positioned, I have made the decision to pursue new endeavors.

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Tuesday May 31 2016
'Stadium gives Roma control'

Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni describes the upcoming property stadium and explains its benefits.

The Giallorossi recently deposited the project for a new stadium to the regional authorities, which means the bureaucratic process of approval has almost reached an end.

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Monday May 30 2016
Pallotta hails ‘important day’

James Pallotta hailed Monday as an “important day” for Roma after they deposited their stadium plan to the local council.

The Lazio Region finally received the elusive document outlining Roma’s intentions of building a new venue, and Pallotta was delighted his club had taken the long-awaited step.

“This is an important day for both the Stadio della Roma and Tor di Valle,” the President told reporters, Tuttomercatoweb reports.

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