David de Gea’s back-up ready to leave club this summer
Argentine international stopper Sergio Romero will reportedly soon hold talks with Man United to determine his position at Old Trafford ahead of the next season.
The 33-year-old has been David de Gea’s back-up at Man Utd since arriving back in 2015, playing 59 games for the Red Devils in all competitions.
Sergio Romero was reportedly unhappy at being overlooked for the recent FA Cup semi-final match against Chelsea, while he was also not handed an opportunity in the English top-tier despite De Gea’s patchy form.
Dean Henderson could make a return to Old Trafford to the Red Devils this summer following a loan spell at Sheffield United, which is likely to push the experienced Argentine keeper further down the pecking order.
According to The Sun, Sergio Romero will hold talks with the Red Devils over his future and is open to seeking a move should manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer make it clear that he hasn’t been in his plans.
Everton and Leeds United have both recently been rumoured with an interest in the South American keeper and the player himself is likely to be keen on to depart from the club in order to secure regular first-team football somewhere else.