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REPORT: United To Seal Next Incoming Transfer In ‘Hours’

Spanish website fichajes.net say that Manchester United are set to announce the signing of Sergio Romero within ‘hours’ and suggest that the deal is only subject to the positive results of a medical.

Romero – who played for Argentina in the World Cup Final last year – has been out of contract since leaving Sampdoria last month. He played for Louis van Gaal in Holland and the free transfer is a convenient bit of business for the manager who is set to move Victor Valdes on.

Romero will become the fifth major name to sign for the Reds this summer if the deal is completed. However he is expected to accept that he will be second choice and is not likely to be the only goalkeeper brought in if David De Gea does move to Real Madrid.

The report is on their website, below is the English translation :

Manchester United goalkeeper is looking to replace the more than possible downgrade of Victor Valdes and has its eye on the Argentine goal Sergio Romero, who is currently without a club and can negotiate with any club. The poor relationship between Van Gaal and Victor Valdes could lead to the departure of goalkeeper Catalan English side and to cover its hole might have thought of Sergio Romero.

Sergio Romero ended his contract with Sampdoria last June 30 and is without a club since then, several teams are interested in the Argentine but it seems to have chosen to Manchester United as it has several team-mates as Marcos Rojo could They are trying to convince Louis Van Gaal that the Argentine goalkeeper could be a good reinforcement for the English side.

So after several weeks studying the market, the Argentine player is ready to announce his move to Manchester United, which will be made official in the next few hours if the relevant surveys are favorable.

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