ROMA NEWS

Former Italy international Stefano Fiore believes that Juventus are still favourites for this year's Serie A title, despite Roma's progress.
Both Inter and Roma are speculated by Tuttosport today as under scrutiny by UEFA, in view of Financial Fair Play.
Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi wants children or grandparents on benches to “mitigate tension.”
Roberto Donadoni tips Roma for the Scudetto and believes Antonio Cassano “has matured” at Parma.
Marcello Lippi is confident the Scudetto “will be a duel between Juventus and Roma, but I expected more from Napoli.”
There are reports Arsenal have overtaken Roma to lead the race for PSG starlet Adrien Rabiot, though Juventus and Inter are there too.
Rudi Garcia rules Daniele De Rossi out until mid-October, but asserts that Roma’s squad is well equipped for this wave of injuries.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri does not believe the race for the Scudetto is only between his side and Roma.
Roma have confirmed that Daniele De Rossi has a first-degree calf injury, making him a doubt for games with Manchester City and Juventus.
Antonio Conte has celebrated Alessandro Florenzi’s particular celebration for Roma yesterday and would even allow it for Italy.
The Lega Serie A have confirmed Stefan de Vrij’s suspension for Lazio and fines for Udinese, Palermo, Atalanta, Roma and Chievo.
James Pallotta has reiterated that Roma are not considering Kevin Strootman’s sale, amid continued links to Manchester United.
There is concern at Roma that Daniele De Rossi may be the latest to face a spell on the sidelines, with a calf injury.
With the top two starting to stretch ahead of the pack following another weekend of great goals in Serie A, Dave Taylor names a best XI from Week 3.
Roma winger Gervinho believes that this may be a season where ‘anything is possible’ for the Giallorossi.
Morgan De Sanctis is set to be rewarded for recent form with the offer of a contract extension from Roma.
Manchester United’s pursuit of Roma’s Kevin Strootman could include offering Juan Mata or Marouane Fellaini as part of a deal.
Zdenek Zeman complained that Cagliari were “intimidated” by Roma in today’s 2-0 defeat.
Alessandro Florenzi revealed he hugged his grandmother in the stands because “it was the first time she’d come to the stadium.”
Rudi Garcia was proud of his Roma side’s solidity, as they are top of the table without conceding this season.