ROMA NEWS

Gian Piero Gasperini has confidence his Genoa can take the sting out of Roma, though “the Scudetto race is not over.”
It’s reported West Ham have agreed terms with Roma for Marco Borriello, but must wait until Monday for the all-clear.
Cagliari host Juventus tomorrow and Coach Diego Lopez admits it would’ve been “better to keep Radja Nainggolan a bit longer.”
Rudi Garcia is without Daniele De Rossi and Adem Ljajic against Genoa, but assures “nothing has stopped working” at Roma.
Antonio Conte warns “nothing has changed” after beating Roma, as Juventus face a tricky trip to Cagliari.
Alberto Gilardino has confirmed that he will not be available for Genoa’s game against Roma this weekend.
Martin Montoya’s agent has confirmed that the defender’s first priority is to renew his contract with Barcelona.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has insisted that Erik Lamela will not be leaving the club in January.
As he misses training today, Barcelona are reportedly attempting to change Antonio Sanabria’s contract status to increase his buyout clause.
Roma midfielder Marquinho has reportedly turned down an approach from Genoa and the Grifone will now look elsewhere.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Marco Borriello has new admirers this winter in the form of Inter.
Radja Nainggolan has explained that the attraction of Roma’s project made them his first choice in leaving Cagliari.
Francesco Totti has commented on Roma’s value in recovering from last weekend’s defeat at Juventus to defeat Sampdoria in midweek.
As expected, Roma have officially sold Michael Bradley to the MLS club Toronto FC for $10m (£6.7m).
Sinisa Mihajlovic felt Sampdoria “should’ve believed more” in their 1-0 Coppa Italia defeat to Roma.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia was pleased with Radja Nainggolan’s debut and confirmed Michael Bradley will join Toronto FC.
Vasilis Torosidis gave Roma the 1-0 victory over Sampdoria on Radja Nainggolan’s debut, so they go on to face Juventus in the Coppa Italia quarter-final.
Radja Nainggolan gets his Roma debut in today’s Coppa Italia Round of 16 against Sampdoria.
Michael Bradley looks to have taken a step closer to leaving Roma, with reports that he has accepted an offer to move to Toronto FC.
Reports suggest Roma will be paying up to €5m to take Antonio Sanabria from Barcelona, and then €700,000 as an annual salary.