Manchester United shot-stopper Sergio Romero is interested in signing for Everton during the ongoing transfer market, according to The Times.
Sergio has dropped down to become third-choice shot-stopper at Manchester United after the Englishman Dean Henderson returned to the club from his loan stint at Sheffield United.
Manchester United want to move him on and the South American is also looking to find a new side before the window slams shut on 5th October.
Everton have touched base with intermediaries to discuss a possible deal to take him to Goodison Park during the ongoing transfer market.
And the 33-year-old is keen on the move and is looking to sign for Everton before the window closes in two weeks’ time.
There are no ongoing talks between the two clubs over a deal but the Toffees have moved the chess pieces around the board to probe signing Sergio.
Jordan Pickford has been suspect between the sticks at the club since the last term, but he hasn’t been facing serious competition for his place in the team.
He made another high profile error versus Fleetwood Town in the EFL Cup and fresh question marks have been raised about his suitability to remain Everton number 1.
Carlo Ancelotti wants to add a shot-stopper to his squad who will be able to compete for Jordan’s place in the team or even replace him if needed.
Romero’s situation at the Old Trafford outfit means that a top-quality international goalkeeper is in the market for Everton to take a chance on him.