The Giallorossi are battling with Lazio, Cagliari, and Atalanta for the qualification to the Champions League but Roma can even think bigger.
The clubs of the Italian capital have been doing great so far. Roma and Lazio improved last year’s performances.
The Portuguese coach can finally play the duo Diawara-Veretout to shield the backline moving Mancini close to Smalling.
If the Bostonian investor decides to sell AS Roma, many should thank him for what he has done over the past few years.
The Argentine is currently Fonseca’s top choice as a trequartista but Fonseca may try to play him as a playmaker as well.
The Giallorossi can rejoice for the return of Under. The Turk and Zaniolo confirmed their desire to become champions.
The Italian midfielder has been doing great this season. Zaniolo has already conquered Rome and now he is ready to lead the national team.
The Giallorossi may try to trade off a few players in January to lower their salary expenses but it’s not going to be easy to strengthen the roster.
The Giallorossi have been plying good football so far but their efficiency drops after the halftime break.
The Giallorossi ended a long streak of 7 matches in 21 days with two defeats. Roma got 3 points more than last year though.
Parma has been great to put top Italian sides in trouble. Inter and Fiorentina had to suffer to collect one point.
Although yesterday’s defeat at Borussia-Park has complicated Roma’s situation in Group J, the Lupi seem to be improving anyway.