Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has completely left Sergio Romero out of his plans at Manchester United this season.

The Red Devils manager has promoted Dean Henderson as the second-choice goalkeeper, behind David de Gea, while Romero failed to get a move away from Old Trafford in the last two windows.

With a contract expiring in the summer, reports have suggested the Argentine is ‘seriously thinking’ of returning to his own country.

Boca Juniors were credited with an interest, but a move there has been ruled out.

Earlier this week, El Intransigente reported the only club in Argentina the 34-year-old would consider joining is Racing Club, where he spent four years between 2003 and 2007.

Radio Colonia AM 550 invited Racing president Víctor Blanco as a guest on Cómo te va. His comments are relayed by El Intransigente, who claim the South American club chief confirmed his side’s interest in the Manchester United man.

On the possibility of signing Sergio Romero for Racing, Blanco said: “The thing about Romero depends a lot on him.

“When Diego Milito and Licha López arrived at the club it was because they wanted to come. They are decisions of the players. Racing cannot propose something to him that [we] cannot pay. For that reason, it depends a lot on them.”

Therefore, if the goalkeeper wants the move it’s pretty clear he’ll need to take a pay cut.