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Why Sergio Romero's transfer to MLS would be a success

The goalkeeper may be leaving Manchester United after his wife showing her anger for him being the third option at the club and the MLS is in his horizon.  

Sergio Romero will do great if any MLS team contracts him.
Sergio Romero will do great if any MLS team contracts him.

Sergio Romero is finally set to leave Manchester United. After five years at the club, the Argentinian goalkeeper is tired to wait for an opportunity and wants to leave. He has always been the second option of David de Gea but now he was relegated even down the young promise Dean Henderson and will have no chances to play.

Her wife Eliana Guercio showed her anger with and Instagram post in which she questioned the decision of Ole Gunnar Solskjær to dispense from Romero. Waiting in Argentina to decide what will go on with his feature, the keeper is thinking to make a move to the MLS as the transfer window in Europe has already closed.


Aged 33 his contract with the Red Devils ends on June 2021 but if he receives a proposal to be a fist goalkeeper team he will make the move. Romero is a great option for any MLS team. He has the experience gained after five years at one of the most important clubs in the world and probed in Argentina's national team that even with no continuity he is still a good option.

Actually, he has been relegated in his national team, as Emiliano Martínez rises and seems to end being Argentina post defender. But in the past, Romero was during a decade the undisputed goalkeeper.

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