Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero is in talks with Spanish outfit Granada, according to reports.
That much has been reported by transfer guru Fabrizio Romano and it shows, even as a free agent, the Argentine has not attracting much interest this summer.
Romano adds that Chelsea considered making a move for the shot-stopper earlier this summer.
Chelsea were considering him as option before signing Bettinelli. Granada, now close. 🇦🇷 @CLMerlo
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 11, 2021
The Argentine is a free agent following the expiration of his deal with United, having spent six years in the Premier League.
His highlight as a United player came in 2017 when he played a key role in Jose Mourinho’s Europa League-winning side, which beat Ajax in the final.
It is reported that Granada, who United knocked out of the Europa League last season, are in the final stages of talks with the player’s entourage.
It would be great to see Romero playing regular football rather than move somewhere for more bench warming.