Chelsea are supposedly prepared to make a move for Manchester United shot-stopper Sergio Romero.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is known to be in the market for another goalkeeper amid question marks over present one Kepa Arrizabalaga, who became the world’s most expensive shot-stopper when he moved to the Premier League.
Chelsea are also said to be keen on Rennes’ Edouard Mendy, while they have recently been connected with Mike Maignan and Jan Oblak.
In any case, There are reports that they have now added Romero to their list of likely targets, with Manchester United ready to think about proposals for the Argentine.
The 33-year-old Sergio Romero has gone through his whole five-year United career as a backup to David de Gea up until this point, and first-team chances could turn out to be much more rarer after the arrival of Dean Henderson from a loan spell with Sheffield United.
Sergio Romero would cost less than different goalkeepers Chelsea are taking a look at, with Edouard Mendy expected to cost around £18m.
Chelsea are as of now the Premier League’s highest spenders this present summer’s transfer window and are set to take their lavish expenditure to more than £200m with the arrival of Kai Havertz in a club-record deal.
Everton, Leeds United and Aston Villa have also been credited with an enthusiasm for Sergio Romero.