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Sergio Romero

29-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Manchester United  Premier


Birthdate:  February 22, 1987    Birthplace:  Bernardo de Irigoyen, Argentina    Nationality:  Argentina    Height:  6' 4"    Weight:  187 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a three-year contract with Manchester United in July of 2015.

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October 6, 2015    Sergio Romero News

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Romero said he accepts that he is now the No. 2 to David de Gea after starting the first six matches of the season, according to the Daily Mail.

Romero joined Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer, and appeared to be in line to have the starting position as De Gea's transfer saga played out. However, De Gea did not leave the club and Romero moved to the bench. Romero will return to action this week with Argentina.

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September 11, 2015

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With David de Gea signing a new contract with Manchester United on Friday, Romero could lose the starting job.

Romero has posted three clean sheets in his four appearances this season, but de Gea is the clear No. 1 and will take the starting job back sooner rather than later.

August 22, 2015

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Romero made no saves while recording a clean sheet in Saturday's goalless draw against Newcastle United.

Romero is the first keeper since Arsenal's David Ospina to record clean sheets in his first three Premiership appearances. While he wasn't troubled at all, the future of David De Gea will be the more important factor than his current performances as to whether or not Romero continues to play.

August 14, 2015

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Romero made one save and kept a clean sheet in Friday's victory over Aston Villa.

With uncertainty over David De Gea's future, Sergio Romero got another start and kept another clean sheet. He wasn't really tested throughout the match, carefully handling the only shot that came on net. If De Gea is sold, Romero's value shoots up; however, if he returns to the starting XI, Romero will likely be used far more sparingly.

August 8, 2015

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Romero made four saves and posted a clean sheet in his Premier League debut Saturday against Tottenham.

Romero got the start in place of David De Gea, who was kept out of the match-day squad because manager Louis van Gaal said he was not mentally prepared to play given his desire for a move to Real Madrid. Romero looked nervous at points, but settled down in the second half to post the first clean sheet of the season. Up next is another winnable game at Villa Park.

August 8, 2015

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Romero is starting Saturday against Tottenham.

United manager Louis van Gaal announced Friday that No. 1 keeper David de Gea would not play, allowing Romero to step in ahead of Sam Johnstone, who had been the club's most used keeper during the preseason. It's a tough opening task, as Tottenham can certainly score some points, not to mention a defensive unit that's still getting used to each other.

August 7, 2015

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Romero could get the start Saturday against Tottenham, with manager Louis van Gaal deciding to sit No. 1 keeper David De Gea over concerns he is not mentally fit to play because of his desired move to Real Madrid.

Van Gaal wouldn't let on whether Romero or Sam Johnstone would start, but it's possible the role could become full time if De Gea gets his transfer wish. Johnstone has started most of United's preseason game, though Romero has more recent league starts after playing as the No. 1 for Sampdoria in Serie A last season.

July 27, 2015

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Romero has joined Manchester United on a three-year contract, reports Sky Sports.

Romero was previously with Sampdoria until his contract expired. United was in search of a keeper after falling out with Victor Valdes, who did not travel with the team on its summer tour.