Sergio Romero furious with Man Utd and begs club to leave after poor treatment

Sergio Romero has asked Manchester United to let him leave the club after he failed to secure a move before last week’s deadline.

The Argentinian is now third-choice at Old Trafford, with Dean Henderson’s return from loan meaning his opportunities could become even more scarce.

Romero has been Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s cup keeper in the past few seasons, but in the early weeks of this campaign, those starts have gone to Henderson.

The 33-year-old had hoped to seal a transfer during the summer, as a number of Premier League clubs declared their interest.

Aston Villa and Everton were both touted as potential destinations before they signed Emi Martinez and Robin Olsen respectively.

The back-up keeper is believed to have held talks with the Toffees, but ultimately, he remained a United player at the end of the window.

According to the Sun, Romero is furious with United bosses after discovering Everton were willing to offer him a £100,00-per-week contract at Goodison Park.

They suggest that he has now held talks with Red Devils bosses, in the hope they will release from his contract 10-months early.

Romero will be available to leave on a free next summer and fancies a move to MLS, but should they allow him to leave, he could move to the US now rather than wait.

Despite being owed around £1.5million, he will not ask for any pay-out as he goes in search of regular football.

Earlier this month, Romero’s wife Eliana Guercia launched a scathing attack on United officials for not allowing him to make a move.

"Sergio Romero worked hard for his club,” Ms Guercio posted on Instagram.

"He helped the team reach four finals/semi-finals and then he was on the bench, only to lose them all.

"It is time for them to return the opportunity and let him go.

"RESPECT FOR ONCE!!!!"

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