Sergio Romero has signed a new four-year deal with Manchester United, according to the Mail Online.

The club have secured the services of the Argentina shot-stopper long term and are confident of him playing as their first choice ‘keeper should David De Gea move on this summer.

De Gea remains linked with a return to his home country with Real Madrid still monitoring the situation.

Romero made just two Premier League appearances last season but played almost of their Europa League, culminating in him keeping a clean sheet in the victory over Ajax in the final.

In total he has played twenty-eight times for the Red Devils in all competitions since signing from Sampdoria in the summer of 2015 while he has also played for Racing Club, AZ and Monaco.

Internationally he has been capped eighty-eight times for his country, with one of those appearances coming in the 2014 World Cup final defeat to Germany in Brazil.


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