MANCHESTER UNITED star Sergio Romero is determined to get a slice of some action — with some Domino’s pizza. The 31-year-old was all smiles as he pick
MANCHESTER UNITED star Sergio Romero is determined to get a slice of some action — with some Domino’s pizza.
The 31-year-old was all smiles as he picked up two pizzas and a box of sides and ambled towards his luxury Audi 4×4, suggesting he’s saved himself some dough popping in to collect.
Eamonn and James Clarke Sergio Romero looked pizza proud as he exited Domino’s for his luxury Audi 4×4
Football fans were clearly also waiting for their orders inside the store, as they looked back admiringly at the World Cup finalist who entered his £40,000 Audi Q5.
As with any good keeper, Romero knows how to save, and this time he may well have clawed back some dough by nipping in to take away, rather than getting a delivery.
He is expected to be back in action soon after colliding with Diego Costa during Argentina’s 6-1 thumping to Spain in a friendly, which prompted Lionel Messi to stop watching.
The Albiceleste confirmed the injury is not a serious one, describing it as a “trauma in his right knee” but scans revealed there was no ligament or bone damage.
Eamonn and James Clarke Romero was watched by a couple of football fans as he carried two boxes of pizza and a side
Eamonn and James Clarke Romero put the pizza boxes in the back of his car as he headed home for a slice or two Hot in the box — here’s what Sergio Romero could have ordered
THE keeper may have saved himself a few quid by going with Domino’s ‘Walk In Wins’ policy of 2-4-1 on pizzas.
Two large Pepperoni pizzas would cost £39.98, but with BOGOF they are £19.99.
Add in a side of seven chicken wings at £4.99 and that’s a nice saving of £14.
EPA Romero had been in action for Argentina when he picked up a knee injury