ROMA NEWS

Roma said Kevin Strootman is not for sale, but director Walter Sabatini added “unless there’s an indecent proposal.”
Martin Montoya has told Barcelona he intends to leave in January, so “interested clubs can negotiate,” including Juventus and Napoli.
Ex-Roma defender Rafael Toloi “would like a return to Italy” for Juventus, confirmed his agent.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved has taken a swipe at Roma, saying the Bianconeri ‘talk less’ than their Scudetto rivals.
Daniele Doveri will officiate Sampdoria’s trip to Juventus as the Italian Referees’ Association announce the officials for Week 15.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni has denied rumours of a Kevin Strootman transfer to Manchester United, saying they'll ‘build the team around him’.
Both Milan and Inter are today being linked with January interest in Roma forward Mattia Destro.
Goalkeeper Neto and his club Fiorentina have reportedly found an agreement on a new four-year contract.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni insists Champions League elimination is “not a tragedy or even a step backwards.”
Rudi Garcia said “fortune chose its team” in Manchester City, but Roma paid for Champions League inexperience.
Manuel Pellegrini said “trust has been key” for Manchester City in securing a 2-0 victory away to Roma.
Adem Ljajic admits he was “angry with myself” after wasting a golden opportunity in Roma’s 2-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Samir Nasri noted Manchester City had to “show we were a team and we did it” with a 2-0 victory at Roma.
Joe Hart said the fact “people wrote us off without key players” spurred Manchester City on against Roma.
Juventus are the only remaining Serie A team in the Champions League and now know their potential opponents.
Radja Nainggolan cursed Roma’s luck against Manchester City, but insisted “nobody would’ve said we’d be challenging at the final game.”
Roma are out of the Champions League and drop to the Europa League after a 2-0 home defeat to Manchester City.
It’s a head-to-head for Roma and Manchester City, as only one can progress in the Champions League.
Jesus Navas reveals Manchester City believe “a very high tempo” will be key against Roma tonight.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella hopes Roma win in the Champions League tonight - so the Viola don’t have to play Manchester City.