Roma are reportedly in negotiations with Hajduk Split to create a synergy between clubs, exchanging players in future.
A survey has named Juventus as both the most popular and the most hated team in Italy.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi discusses his wondergoal against Barcelona, revealing Daniele De Rossi called him “crazy”.
Carpi Coach Fabrizio Castori admits his team “can’t compare to Roma” on a technical level.
Rudi Garcia insists Roma’s current position in the table is “not a problem” as they prepare to face Carpi.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia declares “we only care about winning”, dismissing talk of a crisis.
Rudi Garcia’s lucrative contract could reportedly ensure he isn’t sacked despite Roma’s poor start to the season.
There are reports Roma have contacted Carlo Ancelotti in case Rudi Garcia doesn’t improve Roma’s fortunes within three games.
Carlo Ancelotti and Roma’s Rudi Garcia are among Coaches linked with the Liverpool job.
Ignazio Marino, mayor of Rome, says his administration is “very keen” to approve Roma’s stadium plan.
Sampdoria striker Eder says criticisms of the club have been ‘undeserved’ after their 2-1 win over Roma.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini believes they are ‘paying the price for changes’ after defeat to Sampdoria.
Walter Zenga said Sampdoria beat Roma because “these lads proved they have a soul and the fans helped us.”
Rudi Garcia insists Roma “did not deserve defeat” against Sampdoria, but “it was our own fault for little defensive errors.”
Roma fought back at Marassi only to capitulate 2-1 against Sampdoria with a comical Kostas Manolas own goal.
Inter made it five out of five with Felipe Melo, but Roma shot themselves in the foot, Frosinone made history by holding Juventus and Carpi stalled Napoli.
Roma face a very tricky visit to Sampdoria and are forced to reshuffle again with Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah facing Eder and Luis Muriel.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Roma, Juventus-Frosinone and Inter-Verona.
Sampdoria star Roberto Soriano warned they “need to be aggressive” against Roma this evening.
Paolo Rossi believes Juventus will “have to work harder” but it’s still too early to see the Scudetto picture.