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Dzeko deal would improve Roma threat

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Juventus and Roma's Serie A title credentials already under scrutiny

While ESPN FC's Stevie Nicol says that next week's match-up between Juventus and Roma can go either way, Craig Burley thinks that last year's Champions League finalist need a formidable challenge in Serie A.
ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein believes Juventus are merely testing the waters for Paul Pogba and not seriously considering offers this transfer window.
The pressure is intense on Juve and Roma managers Massimiliano Allegri and Rudi Garcia ahead of this weekend's clash.

Only five Scudetto-winning teams in history have opened the season with a defeat. All of them came under the Mole Antonelliana in Turin, and it's something of a Torino trademark. The Granata have pulled it off three times, while neighbours Juventus have also done it twice. The last time they did it in a curtain-raiser of a campionato was in 1974-75.

No wonder Max Allegri and the club are not panicking. "Serie A is a marathon, not the final of the 100m," he reminded everyone after Juventus opened...

 By Terry Daley

Roma dogged by familiar problems in scrappy opener

Roma will have much greater depth with their summer arrivals, but will not change their shape, according to head coach Rudi Garcia.

A player holding his head in his hands after having missed a chance to score a winning goal is not an unfamiliar sight for Roma supporters. It was missed chances that nearly cost them second place in Serie A last season, so it was no surprise that when presented with glorious opportunities to snatch a barely deserved win from their 1-1 draw at Hellas Verona, both Miralem Pjanic and Radja Nainggolan spurned them.

Put through on goal a minute before the end of normal time in their league opener, Pjanic...

 By Terry Daley

Edin Dzeko key to Roma's charm offensive as Serie A begins

Roma welcome Chelsea's Mohamed Salah on loan and are near signing Man City striker Edin Dzeko for 14 million pounds.

When Edin Dzeko landed at Rome's Fiumicino airport to sign for AS Roma a fortnight ago, around 3,000 fans were waiting for him. Their presence brought chaos to an airport that was already at breaking point following two recent fires, but as soon as they caught sight of the former Manchester City striker they let out a huge roar and somewhat optimistic chants of "we're going to win the league."

Dzeko certainly didn't experience such hype and fanfare when he signed for City, but Rome is no ordinary...

Barcelona target Gerson signs for Roma but now must prove himself

The ESPN FC crew look at Gerson's move to Roma and whether he is a good fit for the Serie A giants.

Roma completed the signing of Fluminense midfielder Gerson over the weekend after Barcelona relinquished their option on the 18-year-old. The Italian side paid a reported €16 million -- a hefty investment that is unlikely to bear immediate fruit.

Gerson came up through the ranks at Fluminense after choosing them over rivals Flamengo because the latter refused to cover the cost of transport to their training facilities from his home in Nova Iguacu. He impressed in youth competitions during...

AC Milan's fee for Romagnoli signals scarcity of quality centre-backs

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti responds to reports that Alessio Romagnoli is closing in on signing with AC Milan.

A month ago, Sinisa Mihajlovic offered an insight into his tastes. "I like strawberries," he confessed. "But they shouldn't cost as much as oysters." Milan's new coach had the exasperated look of someone who couldn't get what he wanted. The club's latest bid for Roma centre-back Alessio Romagnoli had been turned down.

Milan weren't lowballing, either. The money they had put on the table amounted to €18 million. Performance-related add-ons would take it up to €20m. At that price, however,...

Szczesny a short term solution for Roma but Dzeko would add real threat

Manchester City look ready to part ways with Edin Dzeko, as a 20 million Euro bid from Roma seems imminent.

The summer has been a quiet one for Roma so far; troublingly quiet.

For a team with glaring holes at full-back and striker, only minor moves have been confirmed while their rivals have gone from strength to strength.

Look at the ease and speed with which Juventus replaced Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal with Sami Khedira, Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic. Inter Milan mean business with the acquisitions of Miranda, Stevan Jovetic and Geoffrey Kondogbia.

AC Milan purchased Carlos Bacca...