As the Argentine press and media continue covering goalkeeper Sergio Romero’s situation at Manchester United, they seem excited about the possibility of seeing the player at another Premier League side.
Marca is one of the many publications who say the goalkeeper now has the chance to transfer to Brighton & Hove Albion in this transfer window.
Following the exit of Mathew Ryan from the Seagulls, their report says there is now the ‘possibility’ of Sergio moving to replace him.
Even though the 33-year-old Argentine star has been linked with a return to his homeland, Marca now state that the chances are ‘low’.
Racing are understood to be ‘dreaming’ of Romero’s signing, yet the player is not thinking of going home just yet.
Sergio Romero’s contract with the Red Devils expires at the end of the season, but with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirming he does not count on the goalkeeper, then his move this month becomes more likely.
Many South American outlets have been happy to see the former national team shot-stopper linked to Brighton, especially because he would be a teammate of Alexis Mac Allister.
In other news, West Ham United have allegedly touched base with Manchester United regarding a potential loan deal for out-of-favour forward Jesse Lingard.
The 28-year-old star has been on the periphery of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s roster this term and has only made a trio of appearances for his side in cup competitions.
Solskjaer is supposedly content to let Lingard depart on loan for the second half of the campaign, with Real Sociedad and Nice having previously been touted with an interest in the England international, who hasn’t played a single minute of PL football in the 2020-21 term.
According to Sky Sports News, the Irons are now in the hunt for his signature and are keen to seal a loan deal for the player until the end of the season.