South American ace eyeing surprise exit from Man United

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero has reportedly settled that he wants to leave Manchester United in this January transfer window.

The keeper is currently behind David de Gea in the pecking order at Old Trafford, with just five games being made in all tournaments this campaign.

The 30-year-old is still considered as number one with Argentina, however, coach Jorge Sampaoli has warned that could change should the keeper not secure first-team football in the second half of the season.

As reported by The Independent, that has led to Romero showing an interest in leaving Old Trafford before the end of the month, either on loan or a permanent base.

The report suggests that Romero who has played a total of 33 outings for The Red Devils since July 2015 has proposals from the Premier League, Spain and Argentina.

Meanwhile, According to the report, Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United are both in the hunt for Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus.

The Sun states that despite the fact he is yet to play due to injury this season, the Premier League duo are still tracking Reus as a possible transfer target.

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have apparently been monitoring the winger for months, with both managers keen to bolster their attack.

The Germany international’s current contract expires in summer of 2019 and has previously made suggestions that he will be leaving the Signal Iduna Park sooner rather than later.