Manchester United are allegedly willing to sell shot-stopper, Sergio Romero, for £2m transfer fee during the January window.
The Argentina international wasn’t given permission to depart Old Trafford earlier this year, in spite of dropping down to third choice in the pecking order.
The 33-year-old keeper has not played a single minute since the beginning of the season and will be able to discuss a move with foreign teams in January.
According to Football Insider, the Red Devils will attempt to part ways with the South American as soon as possible in 2021, either on a temporary or permanent basis.
While a £2 million sale is United’s preferred option, the report adds that a loan agreement with Sergio’s wages being paid in full will also be considered.
The former Sampdoria player is expected to receive interest from the European clubs and the Major League Soccer (MLS).
In other news, the entourage of Manchester United misfit Jesse Lingard are reportedly looking at possible January exit routes for the Englishman.
Lingard hasn’t played a single minute of PL football for the Red Devils this season and has been restricted to two matches in the EFL Cup.
The attacker is under contract at Old Trafford until next year, although a recent report claimed that the board are considering triggering his one-year extension to avoid losing him for free.
However, Sky Sports News state that Lingard’s representatives are working to secure the player a loan move away from the 20-time English champions next month, with Real Sociedad one of the sides who have been in contact.