Roma train in Germany ahead of Parma clash

Following their last-minute defeat against Borussia Mönchengladbach yesterday evening, Roma remained in Germany to begin preparations for their weekend league clash against Parma. Fonseca and his staff preferred to extend their stay in Germany and then fly to Bologna in the afternoon from where they will reach Parma.

The Giallorossi braved the German cold during today’s session and were divided into two groups between those who played yesterday and those who didn’t. The former were limited to gym work.

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