Chelsea are now considering making a move for former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero who is currently a free agent with no team, MySportPlug reporting.
The Blues third choice goalkeeper Willy Caballero recently said goodbyes after his contract ended with the club without renewal talks between his representatives which led to him leaving.
The Blues are now looking to bring in Sergio Romero as his replacement, although it might be difficult to happen since he left Manchester United for the reason of not getting to play for them despite him showing so much quality.
Chelsea have Edouard Mendy who is on hot red form and also Kepa Arrizabalaga who is also picking up form after being displaced by the Senegalese after he was brought in from Rennes for a lower transfer fee over the number one.
The London side will be ready to meet his wages as he won’t be costing them any transfer fee having fall into free agent zone after his contract expiration with Manchester United and is now currently with no club.
Chelsea have identified former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero as a transfer target, according to reports from ESPN as MYSPORTPLUG can confirm possible move set to happen.
The Blues may look to bring in the 34-year-old on a free transfer following his departure from Old Trafford earlier this summer after lack of getting playing time which could also be a problem for him if he also moves to Stamford Bridge.
Juventus and Granada are also interested in Sergio Romero, who is currently training in Argentina ahead of the new season as they will be looking to get his services which might also be an issue of game time due to his age.
A move to Chelsea or Juventus won’t guarantee him getting more game time as both teams already have a good number one who hardly get dropped, but joining Granada might give him more game time but less wages.