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EPL: How Leeds United plan to worsen United’s goalkeeping problems

Timothy Aiyeku

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Sergio Romero

Should Leeds United listen to the advice by Darren Bent, then they will be moving in for Man United goalkeeper Sergio Romero in this summer transfer window.

Leeds United will not be in need of a good goalkeeper as they have been able to secure qualification to the Premier League with speculations that Sergio Romero will be available this summer window.

Darren Bent rated the Man United shot-stopper as a good goalkeeper but lamented his lack of playing time when he stated that Sergio Romero has done nothing wrong to warrant not playing regularly, as he calls on Leeds United to lure the player.

This might complicate issues for the Red Devils as they are currently faced with the challenge of poor performance from David De Gea and finding a replacement has been difficult.

The absence of Sergio Romero will mean that the Red Devils will not have a good back-up in the coming season especially if the poor form of the Spanish goalkeeper is extended to the coming season.

Man United have identified Spanish La Liga outfit, Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, Jan Oblak as a better replacement for David De Gea but securing his signature has been very difficult because of how much he is valued by the club.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.