Leeds United have reportedly set their sights on Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero after securing promotion to the Premier League.
Romero has been second choice behind David de Gea at United since he arrived in 2014 under Louis van Gaal after impressing at the World Cup in Brazil.
ESPN have now reported that Leeds and Everton have interest in the Argentine shot-stopper, who has kept 38 clean sheets in 59 appearances for the Red Devils.
Despite De Gea's shaky performances in recent seasons, Romero has only seen regular game time in the cups and the Europa League while he was benched in the FA Cup semi-final last weekend.
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English publication the Metro claim the Argentine is now considering his future at Old Trafford, with one year left on his current deal.
With the emergence of Dean Henderson out on loan at Sheffield United, it will be tough to see Romero staking claim to the number one jersey soon.
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