Racing president Victor Blanco has mentioned Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero as his dream signing as the Argentine international continues to hold out for a move away from Old Trafford.
Victor Blanco, via Radio Colonia, didn’t hide his admiration for the 33-year-old shot stopper who has been left out of first team training in recent weeks.
Sergio Romero might, however, need to take a pay cut to join Blanco at Racing when the transfer market reopens in January.
Argentine first division club Racing are one of several teams keen to snap up Sergio Romero when the transfer window reopens next year.
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He was furious with Manchester United officials when his transfer to Merseyside giants Everton was blocked on deadline day.
Sergio Romero was not allowed to move to Goodison Park as the club believed that he’ll strengthen a direct rival for the top positions in the league.
Everton have started the new season with seven straight wins in all competitions, four of those victories came in the first four games of the season.
Alongside Aston Villa, Everton have a perfect record at the start of the new Premier League season.
Sergio Romero was left out of the Champions League squad as his place as third choice goalkeeper was taken by Lee Grant.
He was previously the second choice until the arrival of Dean Henderson who had been on loan at Sheffield United for two years.