Club release statement after signing Argentina most capped goalkeeper who last played for Manchester United

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Italian side Venezia has now confirmed the signing of former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero on a free transfer.

The 34-year-old is Argentina’s most capped goalkeeper with 96 appearances, and is a veteran for the South American nation.

Romero didn’t feature in a single game for Manchester United last season and seemed to have an issue with United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who didn’t let him leave the club upon the arrival of Dean Henderson.

The veteran Argentine last played for United in August 2020 in a Europa League win over FC Copenhagen.

Venezia have now released a club statement following their signing of Romero on a free transfer.

A club statement read: “Venezia FC are pleased to announce the signing of Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero on a free transfer.

“Romero is Argentina’s all-time most-capped goalkeeper and last played for Manchester United.”

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