Tomas Romero is a Salvadoran footballer born in the United States, serving as a goalkeeper for Toronto FC in Major League Soccer. Additionally, he represents El Salvador as a full international player.
Rumors are swirling that NYCFC is poised to sign Tomas, the 23-year-old Salvadoran goalkeeper, who last played for Toronto FC, making six appearances. According to sources, Romero is on the verge of finalizing a one-year deal with New York City FC.
In a recent tweet, the speculation gained momentum as it suggested that NYCFC could secure the services of Tomas Romero, adding depth to their goalkeeping roster. Romero's potential move to NYCFC could mark a new chapter in his career, bringing his skills to the vibrant soccer scene of New York.
Toronto FC has recently announced its departures for the upcoming MLS season, and among them is El Salvador's national team goalkeeper, Tomas Romero. The Canadian team revealed that they will no longer retain the services of the goalkeeper who joined the club in November 2022.
Toronto FC has declined contract options for 2024 for goalkeepers Greg Ranjitsingh and Tomas Romero, defender Themi Antonoglou, midfielder Victor Vazquez, and forward CJ Sapong, the club stated on its website.
As the MLS offseason progresses, transfer speculations continue to make waves, and the potential acquisition of Tomas Romero by NYCFC adds an exciting twist to the league's dynamic landscape. Stay tuned for official announcements and updates regarding this anticipated move in the world of Major League Soccer.