La Liga side Valencia are reportedly the latest club to join the race for the signing of Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero.

Spanish outlet Estádio Deportivo writes today that the Mestalla side aren’t happy with the options they have for the position, and are currently evaluating potential signings.

As the player’s contract with the Red Devils expires in June and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed his departure, that gives Valencia a boost in their chase.

Estádio Deportivo says ‘everything indicates’ Romero could be signed for free, and the La Liga club are ‘well positioned’ for the move.

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Sergio Romero has obviously been linked to several clubs in his final year of contract with Manchester United, including sides from Argentina, where Racing officials said they’d be glad to have him back.

However, the goalkeeper’s wife Eliana Guercio has recently claimed there are no calls from Argentine sides so far, so that should make his stay in Europe more likely.

Romero joined Manchester United on a free move from Sampdoria back in 2015, and has made 61 appearances for the club.