The Argentine media today brings what is labelled as ‘official’ news on the future of Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero.
Website El Intransigente reports that the player failed getting a move to the United States, and should spend a few more months with the Red Devils.
The outlet writes that he had been in negotiations with Inter Miami, but wasn’t able to close a deal before the end of the MLS transfer window, and that’s why his stay is now ‘official’.
They say there’s now a ‘conflict’ between Romero and Manchester United, as the goalkeeper doesn’t like being the club’s fourth option for the position.
It’s claimed that the Red Devils demanded too much money for him to move to Everton, and he now waits for a new chance to leave the club. That could happen in January, at the end of his contract in the summer, or by rescinding his deal during the season.
El Intransigente also writes about the ‘injustice’ that Sergio Romero has been suffering at Manchester United, pointing out that he played FA Cup and Europa League games last season, but ended up being replaced by David De Gea in the final stages.