UDINESE NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni joked about the defensive howler that allowed Roma to beat Udinese. “I don’t know who to get angry with!”
Radja Nainggolan is fully aware that Roma v Lazio is “the most important game” for their Champions League ambitions.
Roma fought back from a goal down to beat Udinese 2-1 in a hugely entertaining game, as both sides rattled the woodwork.
Roma director Walter Sabatini said they are “closer” to a Radja Nainggolan deal, but moving the derby with Lazio is “wrong.”
Roma bring Francesco Totti back into the starting XI in a must-win game against Udinese.
The pressure is on Roma to beat Udinese and keep up with arch rivals Lazio in the race for second.
Andrea Stramaccioni’s Udinese are comfortably mid-table, but he warned “we don’t want to give Roma an easy ride.”
Miralem Pjanic and Seydou Keita are in the Roma squad for tomorrow night’s game with Udinese.
Antonio Di Natale is out of Udinese’s trip to Roma on Sunday evening.
Rudi Garcia said Roma “must be ready to die on the pitch” against Udinese and won’t “treat them like children.”
Antonio Di Natale reveals he turned down Juventus and Roma “in a minute,” but hasn’t decided his future.
Vincenzo Montella could quit Fiorentina and the list of replacements includes Luciano Spalletti, Roberto Donadoni and Andrea Stramaccioni.
Udinese confirmed they’re ready to sell Orestis Karnezis to make room for Simone Scuffet and Roma are interested.
Mauricio Isla is heading back to Juventus, as QPR won’t take up their option after relegation.
Udinese’s sporting director admits there is interest in Allan from Inter, Fiorentina and ‘a Russian club’.
Roma have announced that the squad will placed in a training camp or ‘ritiro’ after the defeat to Milan on Saturday.
Antonio Di Natale admits he could stay at Udinese beyond this season - ‘I’ll have to think hard’.
Cesena were beaten 3-2 at home by Sassuolo and mathematically relegated, as Atalanta won 3-2 in Palermo and Sampdoria conquered Udinese 4-1.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria “season starts here” against Udinese, as they must reboot for Europe.
After the round that saw Juventus walk away with their fourth successive title Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 34.