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Romero, Man United goalkeeper, escapes injury after car crash

Romero, Man United goalkeeper, escapes injury after car crash
January 20
18:27 2020
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Sergio Romero, Manchester United second-choice goalkeeper, on Monday, escaped unhurt after crashing his car near the club’s Carrington training ground.

The 32-year-old Argentine shot stopper was said to have smashed his Lamborghini supercar — worth £170,000 — on the Carrington Spur road through Ashton, very close to the Reds’ training ground.

Photos and videos have also surfaced across social media platforms of Romero’s car in ruins on the side of the road while the United’s No 2 goalkeeper was pictured standing safely beside the wreckage.

The country’s police were later spotted at the scene of the crash as the debris was cleared from the road.

The club also issued a statement confirming that Romero is fine and has been training with the rest of the squad ahead of Wednesday’s game against Burnley.

The Argentina international is United’s back-up goalkeeper behind David de Gea in the English Premier League.

Romero, who is yet to feature in the top flight this season, often takes over for cup competitions.

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