Sergio romero will begin to live a new stage in his career after leaving the Manchester United with the pass in his possession after six years in the English club. In the midst of multiple rumors and shortly after all the European leagues begin, the future of Tiny seems to be in Spain: could sign in the grenade.
The newspaper Ideal, which focuses its information on that Spanish region, published in the last hours that the Argentine goalkeeper Will “sign shortly” with the team that ranked 10th of the last League of Spain and that comes from reach the quarterfinals of the Europa League with a historic performance that ended after the defeat in that instance against Manchester United.
Granada, who finished in 7th place in the 2019/20 tournament, which allowed them to play the international tournament for the first time, expects 34-year-old Romero to travel shortly to Spain after training alone in Buenos Aires waiting for an offer.
“I was released from United and we are working to see where to go to play. Thank God I have several offers in Europe. The clubs they asked are all in Europe, let’s see which is the best option. If it is England or Italy, we already know. And if it is Spain it will be a new experience. But you also have to see about my daughters, who are already grown up ”, I had said at the beginning of June in dialogue with him Duck Fillol by Instagram. In that interview he denied having received offers from Boca and Racing, as was rumored at the time.
United decided let him in freedom of action along with seven other players. Romero arrived in England in mid-2015 after playing for AZ Alkmaar of the Netherlands, Monaco of France and Sampdoria of Italy.. Although during a good part of his stay he continued as head of the Argentine national team, Tiny he did not accumulate too many minutes in that club during six seasons overshadowed by the image of the holder David De Gea.
In Granada they are looking for a goalkeeper to replace the exit of the Portuguese Rui Silva, who left with the pass in his possession to Betis in this transfer market. The Andalusian club had the option of Alvaro Fernandez, Huesca, and the youthful goalkeeper of Barcelona Iñaki Peña but finally he would end up leaning towards the experience of the Argentine to fight for the position with Aron Escandell.