Coranavirus: As Roma delivers care boxes its notable fans

The current Coronavirus pandemic has plunged much of the world into unprecedented and uncertain times. But acts of kindness across the globe are providing much-needed light relief as people try to adapt to the new world they're living in. That is certainly the case in Rome, where one of the Italian capital's football teams, AS Roma, has started delivering emergency care packages to its most pronounced supporters. Italy continues to be one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, registering more than 86,000 cases and another 969 deaths in the past 24 hours, which brings the death toll to more than 9,000. The entire country has been placed on lockdown, leaving many elderly people isolated and vulnerable. To combat this, Roma has started

Two Italian clubs willing to sign Kolasinac

The defender may go to either Napoli or Roma as they want to sign him in this January transfer. Napoli - now under the management of Gennaro Gattuso - are said to be keen on bringing the Bosnia-Herzegovina left-back to the club next month. Roma, however, are understood to interested in a deal next summer when they look into replacing the out-of-contract 34-year-old Aleksandar Kolarov. He was first choice under previous boss Unai Emery but it remains to be seen whether that will be the case under new head coach Mikel Arteta, who takes charge first the first time at Bournemouth on Boxing Day. Arsenal could do business in January as they look to move back up the Premier League table, and are considering a