It seems Edinson Cavani isn’t the only player who could leave Manchester United for Boca Juniors at the end of the season.

A report from ESPN Argentina claims that Red Devils’ goalkeeper Sergio Romero could be on his way to Buenos Aires as well.

After bringing news on the future of Boca Juniors’ Esteban Andrada, who may be on his way to Europe, journalist Augusto Cesar says it’s the Manchester United player who could replace him.

He claims that a person from the Argentine side’s board opened contacts for the arrival of the 34-year-old, whose contract with the Old Trafford club expires at the end of the season.

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Sergio Romero hasn’t featured for Manchester United since last season, when he was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first pick for cup games.

With the return of Dean Henderson to fight for a place with David De Gea, the Argentine player ended up being ignored at the club, and that’s a reason why his wife went public to complain about Manchester United’s decision not to let him go before the end of his contract.