​Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero is set to join Inter Milan on a two-year deal, according to reports in Italy, via ​Football Italia.

The 30-year-old Argentinian international has made 14 appearances for Manchester United this season, his chances limited by the form of first choice David De Gea.

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Romero has a contract with United until 2018, but is now expected to make the switch to the Serie A with his prospects of establishing himself as first choice under Jose Mourinho seemingly slim.

The former Sampdoria stopper has reportedly been offered a two-year contract by Inter, while rivals AC Milan are also believed to be interested in a potential transfer. Both sides, however, will be looking to use Romero as a second choice to Samir Handanovic or Gianluigi Donnarumma respectively.

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Romero is believed to have purchased a house in Milan amid the rumours of a move to Italy, and it seems he is content to continue playing as a back-up to a first choice.

Despite his lack of game time this campaign, Romero has kept nine clean sheets when called upon by Jose Mourinho, playing regularly in the Europa League. He will likely start in goal on Thursday night as United visit Celta Vigo in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final.