Manchester United's Romero unhurt after Lamborghini crash

Tanya Simon
January 20, 2020

Just hours after a 2-0 defeat to arch-rivals Liverpool, goalkeeper Sergio Romero was reportedly involved in a auto crash.

United's No 2 goalkeeper was pictured standing beside his smashed up Lamborghini, worth £170,000, on the A6144.

Romero becomes the second Argentine to be involved in a auto accident after his national teammate Sergio Aguero also smashed Range Rover SUV back in October 2019.

The Argentina worldwide was unhurt after the accident occurred on the Carrington Spur Road through Ashton, not far from Man United's Carrington training ground.

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He signed for United in 2015, but has made just 53 appearances as he has largely been second choice behind David de Gea.

The crash that resulted in Romero's auto underneath the roadside barriers is believed to have taken place near the club's Carrington training base.

The 32-year-old has been solid between the sticks for United whenever called upon.

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