Manchester United is one of the clubs with highly talented players. Players at Manchester United have to do their best in order to be among the starting eleven. However, there are players who fail to totally impress. A perfect example is goalkeeper Sergio Romero whose name has already been forgotten by some of the Red Devils fans. Sergio Romero joined Manchester United from Sampdoria in 2015. He was considered as one of the best goalkeepers and a possible replacement for David De Gea.
However, things didn't go as expected for Sergio Romero. He really struggled at Old Trafford and rarely had playing time. In fact, some of the fans forgot that he was still at Manchester United. He was released as a free agent during this year's summer window.
According to latest reports from transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano, Sergio Romero is no longer a free agent. The Argentine goalkeeper has finally found a club. Fabrizio Romano has reported that Romero has officially signed his contract as a Venezia player. Medicals were completed yesterday and it has officially been confirmed that Romero is a Venezia player.
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