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MU's replacement goalkeeper crashes with his Lamborghini


Sergio Romero got off the road unscathed with his sports car before arriving at training

Sergio Romero stops the ball on penalties on July 9, 2014 in Sao Paulo - Pedro Ugarte AFP

A big fright and work for his insurer. Sergio Romero was very scared this Monday by going to the Manchester United training center. The Daily Mirror reveals the images of its violent exit from the road with a gray lamborghini, which ended up embedded under a security barrier, the rear depressed over the entire length.

Manchester United goalkeeper, Sergio Romero, has been involved in a car crash close to Carrington this afternoon. Doesn't look good 😳

- Wale (@TheWaleAgbede) January 20, 2020

The club confirmed to the Manchester Evening News that it was indeed their player's car, a Lamborghini Gallardo worth 190,000 euros acquired in January 2017 by the former Monegasque, but that it had escaped unharmed from there were no injuries. According to Sky Sports, the player even trained normally with his teammates Monday morning, before the Premier League game against Burnley on Wednesday.

Backing for goalkeeper David de Gea, Romero (32), who has 96 national caps with Argentina, has made nine appearances for Manchester this season in the Europa League and national cups.

  • Sport
  • Accident
  • Soccer
  • Manchester United

Source: 20minf

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