After six years long years, Leandro Paredes is back in Rome. And if the fit is as good as it seems, he could help the Giallorossi return to the Champions League.
We're a day late, but we'll take any excuse to celebrate Daniele De Rossi's birthday—Daniele De Forty, anyone?
We’re still more than one month away from the transfer deadline, but the Algerian/French midfielder could already be Pinto’s smartest deal of this mercato.
Who will be Roma’s no1 choice between the sticks next season? Let’s take a look at all possible options and their pros and cons. This is the way, my friends.
Arguably Roma’s best and most consistent midfielder this season, Nemanja Matic shows little sign of wear as he nears his 35th birthday. In fact, he may be getting better.
Extend. His. Contract. Right. Now.
Three European semifinals and one trophy since 2018. There aren’t many clubs in Europe with that record, so Romanisti should be proud of their team, even if it doesn't feel like we should.
With Roma in a dog fight for the top four, a healthy and rejuvenated Leonardo Spinazzola could be the ace up their sleeve. Jonas takes a look at Spina's remarkable odyssey.
Another year, another Coppa Italia disaster. Italy’s domestic cup hasn’t been kind to the Giallorossi since 2008. Will they ever win it again? Does it even matter?
Poor Andrea. Poor Roma. There are no winners in this case. Will Il Gallo even stay at Roma after this season, or is there a path to redemption for this particular rooster?
Mourinho has changed a lot in Rome since his arrival. But has he made Roma a worthy opponent against the big guns of Serie A?
The arrival of Andrea Belotti now means Mourinho can suddenly sub in a guy who scored 100+ goals. Pure luxury and perhaps the final piece of the puzzle. Roma hasn't had this kind of depth in ages.
Roma has found itself another Belgian. But will he turn into the next Nainggolan or the next Vermaelen?
It has José! And puppets! What more do you want? Shut up, it’s fantastic!
Mourinho better be aware of the two Belgians playing for the Foxes
Let the Vets Lead the Way: Patricio, Smalling & Mkhitaryan's Resurgence Key in Roma's 2022 Turnaround
Roma are unbeaten since February 13 thanks to their three golden oldies. All hail the Old Guard!
The Mourinho-Pellegrini pairing is off to a flying start, but how does Lorenzo stack up to Totti and De Rossi at the same age?
What did Juventus hope to achieve? And no, really, it’s not rhetorical. And how can we ensure proper accountability?
More updates Stadio della Roma, Spinazzola's IG ascension, a new sport sweeps through Italy, and more.
Two Roma defenders and Adidas athletes keep their eyes firmly on the present as they promote local football.
Totti Today: Zaniolo’s Comeback, Serie A’s New Anti-Spending Law, Di Canio Against Mourinho and More
Crowbars, barbs and other attacks unleashed around Rome and Italy this week. Let Totti Today steer you through it all.
UEFA and FIFA will insist they’re my pusher, but then give me back Alvaro Recoba. You can’t, can you?
It turns out the worst insult you can call a fellow Italian football fan is a "night owl". Who knew?
Who says James Pallotta can’t be a film-making football club owner jetsetting in from Hollywood, after all?
In an ideal world, Atalanta have no reason to sell key players. But idealism will get you killed.