Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has reportedly emerged as a target for David Beckham’s Inter Miami side, with the Argentine seemingly surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.
The former AZ Alkmaar stopper arrived in Manchester on a free transfer back in 2015 under then manager Louis Van Gaal and has since gone on to be a loyal and dependable servant to the club.
Despite quite clearly being a talented goalkeeper, Romero has been forced to settle for the role of understudy at Manchester United, with David De Gea the undisputed number one under Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, the return of the promising Dean Henderson this summer has seen him usurped as United’s number two, with Romero having been completely left out of United’s Premier League and Europa League squads.
The Argentina international was strongly linked with an exit in the summer, with Everton one of the sides having been interested in his services, though the two sides were unable to come to an agreement over the terms of a deal.
Romero has recently been linked with a January move to Spain, though according to the Express, United legend David Beckham is apparently keen to take Romero to his MLS side, Inter Miami.
Romero signed a four-year deal at United back in 2017, a deal which is set to expire next summer, with United likely to be keen to cash in when the transfer window opens next month.
The Miami-based side have already recruited high profile names such as Blaise Matuidi and Gonzalo Higuain, although neither have yet been able to improve the club’s below-par form.
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