Sergio Germán Romero Feb 22, 1987 (29) Argentina 1.92 m Sergio Romero joined Manchester United as a free agent in the summer of 2015 and enjoyed an impressive maiden campaign, keeping six clean sheets in 10 appearances. A World Cup finalist with Argentina, he made an excellent start to life as a Red, conceding just two goals in four Premier League games in August. Though he was largely used as back-up to David De Gea after then, Romero proved his worth when called upon by former boss Louis van Gaal, who previously managed Romero at Dutch club AZ Alkmaar. The goalkeeper came under the spotlight during February’s Europa League first-leg clash against Midtjylland, making a string of stunning saves after stepping in for the injured De Gea just before kick-off. One stop in particular caught the eye – an amazing leap to keep out Paul Onuachu’s header, which became a contender for save of the season. It’s certainly a stop Romero won’t be forgetting in a hurry. “It was one of the best saves I’ve made in my life!” he exclaimed after the game.