It’s fair to say that Sergio Romero has gone down the pecking order at Manchester United despite not doing anything wrong. The Argentina goalkeeper, who has been first choice for his country throughout his Manchester United career, has been said to be upset and unhappy at United.
It was always expected that one of United’s three goalkeepers would leave the club during this window and it was never going to be David de Gea or Dean Henderson.
Argentine website El Intransigente, via Sport Witness, say that Romero is doing ‘terribly’ at United and that could push for a move back to Argentina.
Victor Blanco, Racing president, also commented on the rumours: “A player who comes from European football doesn’t come to make an economic difference and always has the doors open, as is the case with Sergio. You have to come for the shirt, for the feeling of belonging and for wanting to give something back to the club that saw you grow up“
A move to Aston Villa has been thrown into doubt after the Midlands club had a bid accepted for Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez last week.
Romero has been linked with a host of clubs all over Europe, one of which being Leeds United.