ROMA NEWS

There are increasing calls for Italy to adopt a 3-5-2 formation against Uruguay with Ciro Immobile coming in.
Nigeria knocked Bosnia out of the World Cup with a 1-0 win, but Edin Dzeko had a goal incorrectly disallowed.
Miralem Pjanic and Senad Lulic start for Bosnia in a must-win game against Nigeria.
Italy’s chief medic confirmed “it is very likely Daniele De Rossi won’t be able to play against Uruguay.”
Daniele De Rossi’s injury could throw a spanner in the works, as Italy were leaning towards a 3-5-2 against Uruguay.
Italy medical staff confirm “there is something wrong” with Daniele De Rossi, so he’s a major doubt to face Uruguay.
Claudio Ranieri is reportedly on the verge of accepting a two-year contract as Coach of Greece.
Daniele De Rossi anxiously awaits test results, as he is an injury doubt to face Uruguay on Tuesday.
There are injury concerns over Daniele De Rossi, who was seen limping after the Costa Rica game.
Fiorentina released an official statement denying reports Roma are in negotiations for Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Roma have bought Valerio Verre from Udinese and sold striker Nico Lopez to the Friulani.
Crotone have announced they have allowed Roma to take sole ownership of Stefano Pettinari’s sporting rights.
Samuel Eto’o is reportedly considering a move to Roma but a stumbling block could be his wage demands.
Mehdi Benatia has reportedly decided to leave Roma this summer, but they are seen as only prepared to consider offers around €40m.
Roma are expected to shortly tie up a deal to purchase half of Radja Nainggolan’s registration rights from Cagliari.
There will be seven Serie A representatives on show as Colombia take on Ivory Coast in Brasilia this afternoon.
Daniele De Rossi doesn’t quite see himself as ‘Italy’s toughest midfielder’, choosing instead to describe his style as ‘physical’ and ‘fair’.
Zdenek Zeman has reportedly accepted an offer to become Coach of Cagliari, rejecting Bologna.
Daniele De Rossi believes Italy are getting closer to being at the level of world champions Spain.
Juan Cuadrado says Colombia’s next World Cup opponents Ivory Coast are one of the toughest teams to face in the competition.