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AS Roma have built a platform from which they can contend in Serie A

With reports that Luciano Spalletti is planning to depart Roma, Gab Marcotti gives his take on how the club should proceed.

AS Roma's 5-3 win away to Chievo Verona, powered by the Egyptian connection of Stephan El Shaarawy and Mohamed Salah, left the Giallorossi a single point behind Juventus -- at least for 24 hours. It didn't last long but that doesn't change the fact that for the first time since 2011-12, Juventus were actually pushed in their run to the Serie A title. Put differently, it means that Juventus were better than the likes of Roma and Napoli, who never really relented at any point, rather than the chasing...

 By Terry Daley

Braces by El Shaarawy and Salah help Roma overcome defence breakdowns

Stephan El Shaarawy has four goals in Roma's last three games.

Roma moved a step closer to automatic Champions League qualification after crashing five goals past Chievo on Saturday evening in a frenetic, disorderly display that highlighted their defensive failings as much as it did their attacking strengths.

Braces from star man Stephan El Shaarawy and the frustrating Mohamed Salah put Roma over the line after twice going down to cheap goals from a surprisingly lively Chievo, before Edin Dzeko capped off a big win with a thunderbolt of a strike to take his...

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Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings: AS Roma up to seventh

Daniele De Rossi and Leandro Paredes celebrate during AS Roma's victory over Juventus.

While a 3-1 win against Juventus is unlikely to derail the champions-elect, AS Roma victory was noteworthy nonetheless. What's more, it keeps them in the box seat for second -- and group-stage entry into the Champions League -- with Napoli a point behind.

To see where AS Roma fit in Shaka Hislop's full rankings, as well as which clubs made the list this week and which dropped out, click here.

 By Terry Daley

De Rossi is finally set to take Totti's Roma throne, but his future is unclear

Francesco Totti's heir apparent Daniele De Rossi could be out the door with him this summer.

Daniele De Rossi looks out to sea from the beachfront in Ostia, Rome, where he made his first footballing steps. A guarded smirk is on his face and with good reason.

At the end of an hour-long interview with Sky Sport, which traced his life from the timid, waif-like forward playing on the streets of his hometown to the combative centre-midfielder of today, interviewer and ex-player Daniele Adani arrived at the future. With Francesco Totti almost certainly retiring or moving on at the end of the...

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Francesco Totti could delay retirement, continue career in Miami

Francesco Totti during the Serie A match between AS Roma and Atalanta at the Olympic Stadium in Rome on April 15, 2017. (Photo by Silvia Lore/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Francesco Totti may not retire, but this will be his last season with AS Roma.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is analysing some of the bigger moves that may happen. Check out the latest deals here.

Although Francesco Totti will not be offered a new contract by AS Roma at the end of the season, ending his 25-year association with the club, he has yet to state his intention to retire.

If the 40-year-old wants to continue his career, he may be able to do so in the United States. La Gazzetta dello Sport suggested on Tuesday that Totti could...

Chelsea, Antonio Conte's remarkable title, Roma rout Juve, Ronaldo hits 400

Former Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley praises the work of Antonio Conte in taking the club to the Premier League title.

It's done. Chelsea are Premier League champions and given that it happened on Friday, it seems like old news. But in Antonio Conte's world, there's no time to reflect. Instead, it's onward to the next challenge (the FA Cup final), a new contract and then the summer transfer session, which will supposedly see some serious cash splashed.

That doesn't mean it's not worth reflecting briefly on what this group has achieved.

With two home games left -- Monday vs. Watford and next Sunday against...