Sergio Romero interested in Man United return

Sergio Romero would be open to making a sensational return back to Man United.

Manchester United Football Club are about to lose Dean Henderson for twelve months, hence the need to bring in some sort of replacement.

Daniel Bachmann’s name was linked, though that interest ended due to Watford’s demands. In the article, we jokingly brought up a Sergio Romero return to United.

Well, it seems there could be some truth in that innocent joke. The Manchester Evening News’ Rich Faye believes so anyway…

The title of his piece states that the ex-United star would be interested in a ‘shock’ Old Trafford return this summer.


Just one year after leaving Old Trafford, the 35-year-old Argentine would be keen on moving back.

United are in the market for a new back-up, though as of yet, the Reds haven’t signalled a former interest in Romero.

A source close to the player believes Romero still has a lot of love for United, and he would ‘always come back’ if an offer was made.

Romero is currently employed by Italian club Venezia, though you’d imagine if United wanted him, they could come to an agreement to bring the Argentine back to Manchester this summer.

Despite falling out with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer towards the end of his time in Manchester, you cannot deny that Romero would be perfect for the understudy role in this new regime.

Romero knows the club inside out. He’s super reliable, an honest professional and someone who is more than comfortable with being a backup at this stage in his career.

On top of that, the United fans absolutely love Romero. It feels like a match made in heaven, but I guess it all comes down to whether Erik ten Hag can see Romero fitting into his plans.

Would you bring Sergio Romero back to Man United this summer? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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