ROMA NEWS

Roma Coach Rudi Garcia has reportedly commented that the Giallorossi are interested in Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Roma are again being linked with a potential move for Petr Cech, as outlets in Italy pick up on recent comments made.
Maxi Lopez has paid tribute to Francesco Totti and outlined the test he and Chievo expect from Roma this coming weekend.
Marek Hamsik believes Napoli can still challenge Juventus and Roma for the Serie A title, despite a poor start to the season.
Italy captain Gianluigi Buffon has criticised Roma’s Francesco Totti for his comments that Juventus ‘should have their own League’.
PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot confirms he was in talks with Roma, but “I don’t know what went wrong.”
It’s reported Seydou Keita’s calf muscle has a lesion, which would rule him out of Roma’s game with Bayern Munich.
Hidetoshi Nakata hopes Roma win the Scudetto and has advice for Milan midfielder Keisuke Honda.
Radja Nainggolan faces his Roma teammate Miralem Pjanic in Bosnia-Belgium. “He’s one of the best in the world.”
Roma could well loan Turkish talent Salih Ucan to Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari in January.
Roma midfielder Seydou Keita is not feeling optimistic after picking up a calf injury with Mali.
Antonio Di Natale turns 37 tomorrow, but the Udinese veteran takes inspiration from Francesco Totti. “I want to have fun.”
After Roma, now Napoli are being linked with a January offer for Manchester City winger James Milner.
Seydou Keita hopes “it isn’t a serious injury. I’ll be back soon and stronger” for Roma and Mali.
Demetrio Albertini feels Inter and Milan “change too much every year” compared to Juventus and Roma.
More worries for Roma, as Seydou Keita went off injured during Mali’s qualifier with Ethiopia today.
Seydou Keita explains he chose Roma because he “wanted to play at the highest level, especially the Champions League.”
Radja Nainggolan assured his performance that impressed Belgium was “normal by Roma standards.”
Carlos Antonio Zago claims “Roma are stronger than Juventus,” but referees don’t favour the Bianconeri.
Totò Schillaci insists Roma captain Francesco Totti’s outburst about Juventus “was acceptable.”