Romero: former Man United man set for Venezia move

by | Oct 7, 2021 10:45

Former Sampdoria and Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero will reportedly join Venezia on a free transfer.

The 34-year-old’s contract with the Red Devils expired this past June, so he is available as a free agent.

According to multiple reports in Italy, the Argentinean shot-stopper has reached an agreement with newly-promoted Serie A side Venezia, so he will move to the Stadio Penzo on a free transfer.

Sky Sport Italia reports Romero will sign a one-year contract with an option to extend for a further year.

Romero had also been linked with a move to Spezia, but the Aquilotti eventually signed former Roma keeper Antonio Mirante, also on a free transfer.

Romero played 61 games with the Red Devils, but he never featured in their starting line-up in 2020-21.

He has 42 appearances in Serie A, all of them with Sampdoria. He kept 25 clean sheets in 74 appearances with the Blucerchiati over three seasons at Marassi.


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