Italian football side AS Roma are reportedly keen on snapping wingers from Napoli and Lazio as they look at boosting their attacking options, though they face competition from title-rivals AC Milan. The club reportedly wants to lure Keita Blade and Lorenzo Insigne from their clubs during the summer window.
Arsenal Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is likely exiting the Emirates this term, according to reports.
Szczesny has been on loan to Roma ever since the former Chelsea goalie, Petr Cech arrived Arsenal. The 26-year old Polish international seems ready to complete a £15 million move to stay with the Italians permanently. He has been very active with Roma as he has helped them climb to the second position right behind Juventus in the Seria A table this season.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says that he is not satisfied with the performance of his team despite the narrow win over Roma. The win extended Juventus’ lead at the top of the table to four points with a game in hand. Gonzalo Higuain scored the only goal of the game in the 14th minute to take his tally for the campaign to 10 goals.
He still trails Icardi of Inter Milan by four goals, but the Argentine will be more than happy with his goals helping Juventus take more points. There was a danger of Juventus conceding in the late moments of the game, but they held on courtesy of some last-ditch defending.
Italian outfit AS Roma have confirmed that they will retain Nainggolan going into the coming summer and the player has also revealed that he will remain at the club, ending the links to Chelsea FC for a summer transfer move.
The player, who represented Belgium at the ongoing Euro 2026 in France before they were knocked out by Wales, confirmed that he would remain at the club after joining them on a permanent basis in the last campaign.
Wojciech Szczesny said that he learned more at Roma than he did over his whole career at Arsenal.
WojciechSzczesny, who is currently on loan at Roma from Arsenal, has stated that he has learned more during the past four months at Roma than he did over the last 10 years spent with the Gunners. For him, this is all due to the return of Luciano Spalletti as the manager of the Italian team.