Roma have submitted their squad list for the final rounds of the Europa League – and Chris Smalling has not been able to make it.
Roma finally claimed their first ever win at the Juventus Stadium to wrap up the Serie A season on a high note, on a night of many firsts. But things aren’t finished just yet – and Roma are well-equipped to continue this momentum.
Roma play Juventus away in the final game of a unique Serie A season on Saturday night. It could be Chris Smalling’s farewell, but it is also the start of the story for two young players.
Chris Smalling looks less and less likely to be staying at Roma permanently, and could be about to play his last game for the club.
Leeds United are pondering a move for Roma full-back Alessandro Florenzi, according to reports.
Finishing fifth wasn’t the initial aim, but after a rollercoaster year, it’s an achievement. Recent form suggests Roma have planted the seeds for progress – and despite his age, Edin Dzeko can still be a key part.
Roma Women have bolstered their defensive ranks with the addition of Osinache Ohale – who has vast experience at international level with Nigeria.
Roma can secure their place in the Europa League group stages for next season by beating Torino on Wednesday night – at a venue where they have only lost once in the 21st Century.
Roma’s win over Fiorentina highlighted one of the biggest benefits of their new 3-4-2-1 system – a shape they are technically unbeaten in. Paulo Fonseca has finally found the best way to accommodate two of his key players.
Roma play their final home game of the season on Sunday evening, as they host Fiorentina. They have the chance to match their best ever unbeaten run in Serie A under Paulo Fonseca.