Manchester United outcast keeper Sergio Romero is determined to leave England. The fact that he has put his mansion on sale is a clear indication that the Manchester United outcast is keen to leave England in the coming summer.
Manchester United made a surprise move last month by recalling the 34 year-old Argentine shot stopper into their squad. Romero had already re-united with his family in Argentina where he is currently spending time with his family.
The Argentine was considered as a long-term David de Gea second choice but fell down the pecking order after Dean Henderson was recalled from his loan at the relegation-threatened Sheffield United. Henderson’s arrival has brought a battle at the goalkeeping position, with many feeling that he should take over from the Spaniard David De Gea.
With his contract with the Red Devils coming to an end in the summer, Romero decided to leave early for Argentina before the end of his contract, as he found it very difficult to stay in England where he had no chances of making an appearance under Ole.
The highest moment at united came when he won the Europa League in May 2017 under Jose Mourinho. He kept a clean-sheet in the finals inspiring his team to a 2-0 victory over Ajax.
MLS teams are reportedly keen to obtain the services of the 34 year old. Ole Gunnar heaped praise on Romero and admitted how finding him playing time has become difficult due to competition posed by De Gea and Henderson.
The Manchester United goalkeeper has put his stunning Cheshire home on sale. He has slapped his home a staggering £3.5 million price tag but also priced it at £22,000 a month for any individual willing to rent it.
Pictures of his house.