ROMA NEWS

Max Allegri warned Juventus “haven’t won anything yet” after beating Genoa to go 17 points clear of Roma.
Cesena boss Mimmo Di Carlo hopes to cause an upset against Roma, even if he voted Rudi Garcia Coach of the Year.
Victor Ibarbo is back, but Francesco Totti and Douglas Maicon miss Roma’s trip to Cesena.
Rudi Garcia warned fans that Roma “will only emerge from this difficult moment by staying united. I won’t quit.”
There are reports Francesco Totti has been ruled out of Roma’s trip to Cesena by injury.
Roma could turn to ex-Inter director Marco Branca to replace Walter Sabatini, report several papers.
Spanish papers claim Milan have joined the race to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez.
There are reports Roma met Luciano Spalletti in Miami to discuss a possible return, but Napoli are also interested.
Fiorentina are reportedly edging in for Anderlecht's Aleksandar Mitrovic, otherwise linked to Roma and Milan.
Roma and Sassuolo are apparently competing for Lecce's young talent Andrea Capristo, compared to Carlos Tevez.
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery could take the reins at Roma should Rudi Garcia resign, say rumours in Italy.
Juventus may be looking to come in with a bid for Genoa's Andrea Bertolacci this summer, according to reports.
Roma confirm that midfielder Seydou Keita has picked up a knee sprain, but make no predictions on his recovery times.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini spoke with fans outside the training ground, urging them not to ‘abandon’ the team.
Sporting director Walter Sabatini will leave Roma at the end of the season, if reports this morning are to be believed.
Andrea Della Valle assured Fiorentina “are not afraid of anyone” in the Europa League quarter-final draw.
Morgan De Sanctis expressed “disappointment, frustration and regret” at Roma’s Europa League exit to Fiorentina.
Borja Valero said Fiorentina will continue “fighting on three fronts” after crushing Roma in the Europa League.
Vincenzo Montella saw Fiorentina’s “mentality” as key to the Europa League win over Roma and hailed Mo Salah.
Rudi Garcia was “mortified” by Roma’s “unexpected” 3-0 Europa League defeat to Fiorentina and slammed lack of character.