Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has a new club. After signing a short-term contract with Venezia, the Serie A team until the end of the season.
Romero has been a free agent since his contract with Manchester United expired in June. In the past, there have been negotiations with many clubs in both England and Europe. But recently signed a contract with Venezia in mid-October. The 34-year-old goalkeeper has signed a contract with Venezia until the end of the season. with conditions to extend the contract for one more season Following the Serie A club’s confirmation via the club’s Twitter account on Tuesday morning.
“Venecia Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of 34-year-old Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero on a free transfer. Goalkeeper who served the Argentina national team the most. And through playing with the latest club, Manchester United welcomes Sergio.” For Venezia, who was promoted from Serie B Currently ranked 17th in Serie A, Romero will compete for the number one spot with Finland’s No. 1 goalkeeper Niki Maenpa at the start of the season.
And even though he was still selected for Argentina during his Old Trafford stint. He is 34-year-old appearance at United was often limited to cup ties.
But Romero doesn’t seem to be out of the game long. Serie A A new boy, Venice, is approaching his signature.
According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Venice is in the final stages of negotiations with the keeper.