Marca reports states that Aston Villa agreed on a fee with Manchester United to sign Sergio Romero.
The report argues that to Argentina’s 96-cap international Villa will pay an initial € 8 million (£7.1 m).
Marca claims that he’ll soon be a Villa player, if ‘nothing is complicated’ in the final minutes.
Aston Villa could fight to land at Villa Park because of his wage demands, suggests The Sun.
Romero is in Old Trafford for £70,000 a week, and Villa was unwilling to meet his wage demands.
However, it seems that both clubs are expecting to make a settlement on the wage front and that a contract has also been reached between the two parties.
At Villa, he’s going to compete with Tom Heaton for the first-team role.
The 33-year-old is entering the final year of his contract at Old Trafford, and he is available in the market due to United’s present goalkeeping situation.
The Argentine goalkeeper is expected to further drop down the hierarchy system at the club behind Dean Henderson and Romero has been a back-up to David de Gea at United.