ROMA NEWS

Palermo have rejected speculation that they are in talks about selling Stefano Sorrentino to Roma.
Roma held talks with Laurent Blanc last night about becoming their new Coach, reports L’Equipe.
Roma have made no offer to Frank Rijkaard about becoming their new Coach ahead of the 2013-14 campaign.
Laurent Blanc is now a leading contender to be handed the Roma job after Milan announced that they will be keeping Massimiliano Allegri.
Roma are in pole position to sign Mehdi Benatia from Udinese, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg could complete a move to Fulham by the end of Tuesday.
Milan have put their faith in Massimiliano Allegri after crisis talks with President Silvio Berlusconi.
There are surprise reports that Luciano Spalletti met with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi last night, just hours before the crunch talks with Max Allegri.
Roma don’t have a new Coach, but they are active on the market with reports Mehdi Benatia and Rafael are on the way.
Roma candidate Marcelo Bielsa is open to offers after pointing out “my contract with Athletic Bilbao ends on June 30.”
Roberto Donadoni had been tipped for the benches at Roma and Milan, but today insisted “I am staying at Parma.”
Roma could release Nicolas Andre Burdisso on a free transfer this summer to avoid paying his €4.5m per season wages.
Massimiliano Allegri will finally meet with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi tonight to decide on his future.
After links with Tottenham, now Liverpool have also expressed an interest in controversial Roma striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
There are reports Roma director Franco Baldini has offered to resign so he can take on a new job at Tottenham.
Valencia defender Adil Rami has confirmed he is “in talks” with several clubs, including Inter and Roma.
One of Massimiliano Allegri’s best friends has revealed “he told me he’s staying with Milan because the players are all behind him.”
Around 200 ultras staged a protest at the Roma training ground today, demanding the immediate resignation of the directors.
It’s reported President Silvio Berlusconi will only keep Max Allegri if Milan win the Champions League play-off.
Roma could change their club symbol again after thousands of complaints about the recent revamp.