Manchester United Keeper Sergio Romero Involved In NASTY Car Crash Near Carrington

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Sergio Romero was reportedly involved in a nasty car crash while he was on his way to a training session at the Carrington training centre on Monday morning.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Manchester United back-up goalkeeper Sergio Romero is widely regarded as the best second choice custodian in European football. In the off chance that David de Gea is injured or stuck in a rut, Sergio Romero has always stepped in and done a marvelous job between the posts. The Argentinian goalkeeper was involved in a nasty car crash on Monday morning while on his way to a training session at Manchester United's Aon Training Complex.

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Sergio Romero car crash: Player escapes unhurt after a nasty car crash on his way to Carrington

Manchester United's Sergio Romero has been fortunate enough to escape unhurt after he rammed his £170,000 Lamborghini. Sergio Romero, who is married to Eliana Guercio since 2008, drove his car through a hedge on his way to training at Carrington. Remarkably, the 32-year-old even managed to train with the rest of the squad just hours after he watched his teammates lose 2-0 to Liverpool. Police and traffic officers attended the incident and traffic cones were placed around the luxurious Lamborghini. The Manchester United back-up goalkeeper has won 96 caps for Argentina but remains a back-up choice to De Gea at Manchester United since joining from Sampdoria.

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Sergio Romero's stats for Manchester United

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