TERRIBLE: Man United’s Goalkeeper Misses World Cup Due To Injury

Manchester United fans have received a bad news and a huge injury blow as one of Manchester United’s main goalkeepers is injured and will be missing the world cup tournament this summer in Russia.

According to several sources and confirmed reports from the Argentinian national team, Manchester United’s Argentinan goalkeeper, Sergio Romero, has picked a knee injury while he is with his national team, Argentina, in preparation for the world cup this summer in Russia.

Sergio Romero is reported to be dropped from Argentina’s squad after the knee injury he picked, which means he will be missing the friendly matches with his country, Argentina, and the matches in the world cup in the group stages against Croatia, Iceland, and Nigeria.

Sergio Romero was injured recently as well with Manchester United where he missed a couple of weeks due to a knee injury as well, and the return date isn’t decided yet, as Sergio Romero may miss the pre season with Manchester United if his knee injury is dangerous and not a minor injury as last time.

Knowing that Sergio Romeri was a key player in Argentina’s national team where he helped them qualify to the world cup in the last match of the qualification against Ecuador.

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