Inter Miami reportedly came very close to signing Sergio Romero from Manchester United on the Deadline Day of the international summer transfer window.
Former United star David Beckham wanted his new franchise to rock the MLS in their first season and to that end, he made sure the club acquired the services of Gonzalo Higuain, Blaise Matuidi and Rodolfo Pizzarro. They have done reasonably well, and if they beat Cincinnati at the end of this week they will reach the play-offs.
However, goalkeeper Luis Robles broke his arm early last month, and they moved to sign Romero as a replacement late in the window. The two clubs came close to agreeing a deal but it all fell through at the last minute. Romero stayed put and, to his dismay, he was left out of United’s Premier League squad for the time being with with David De Gea and Dean Henderson both ahead of him in the pecking order under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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