Aston Villa and Chelsea given encouragement by Man Utd over Sergio Romero transfer

Manchester United are reportedly willing to listen to offers for Sergio Romero this summer, amid interest from the likes of Aston Villa and Chelsea.

David de Gea and Dean Henderson look set to fight it out for the number one spot this season, after Henderson signed a bumper long-term contract on his return from an impressive loan stint with Sheffield United.

As a result, Romero has fallen to third choice and could look for a move away from OId Trafford to secure more regular first team minuted.

According to a report from the Daily Express, United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is open to offers for Romero.

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Both Villa and Chelsea have been linked with Romero’s services, with Dean Smith’s side set to be without their first choice stopper Tom Heaton for at least the first three games of the season as he continues his recovery from a knee ligament injury.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are keen to replace Kepa Arrizabalaga between the sticks after the Spaniard came under fire for a number of high profile errors last season.

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