Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has asked the club to cancel his contract before the end of the month. Even though deadlines in Europe passed last week, that would allow him to join a team in Major League Soccer, where the transfer window remains open until October 29.
Romero has lost his place at Old Trafford as a substitute for David de Gea as a result of Dean Henderson’s return to the club from last season.
The Argentine veteran, who played in the 2014 World Cup final, was excluded from United’s call-up of the Champions League. But the club had previously blocked a proposed move to Everton, prompting his wife to furiously accuse United officials of disrespect.
It is believed that despite rumors that Everton were willing to pay Romero’s full salary to borrow him, United were waiting for a permanent transfer in the region of £ 10 million.
The club’s treatment of Romero and the refusal to let the 33-year-old go are also believed to have disappointed several of his United teammates, who have expressed sympathy for him and how he has been suddenly frozen after five years of loyalty. Service.
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