Chelsea might turn to Premier League rivals Manchester United to solve their goalkeeping problems according to the report from the stables of The Athletic.
It was revealed that the Blues want to sign Manchester United shot stopper Sergio Romero who might leave the club this summer following the arrival of Dean Henderson.
Argentine international Sergio Romero has proven to be a formidable second choice goalkeeper at Manchester United with many calling for him to be the first choice last season after the numerous high profile mistakes made by the first choice goalkeeper, David De Gea.
- Bournemouth star issues come-get-me plea to United
- Arsenal Target Berates Sacked Solari For THIS Reason
- EPL: Does Giroud Deserves A New Chelsea Contract?
Dean Henderson is back in the Manchester United fold after his two-year loan spell at Sheffield United and he’s ready to battle for the number one goalkeeper spot at Old Trafford. This situation could push Sergio Romero to be the third choice.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has lost patience with Kepa Arrizabalaga due to his inefficiency in the Blues goal last season and several shot stoppers including the previously mentioned Romero has been touted as the replacement for him.
Kepa Arrizabalaga became the most expensive goalkeeper when Chelsea paid £71m to sign him from Spanish La Liga club Athletic Bilbao two years ago. He was signed as a replacement for Thibaut Courtois who had left Chelsea for Real Madrid.