Manchester United’s deputy keeper Sergio Romero is set to seek pastures greener in the Premier League. The Argentine wants more game time and staying at United won’t warrant that.
Sergio Romero, seeing his status only as of the backup of David de Gea at Manchester United, is looking to make a move away from the club. There had been proposals of a new contract for the 33-year-old — whose current terms expire next summer, with an option for a further year, but all things took a negative turn.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to omit the player in both of United’s FA Cup and Europa League Semi-Finals, and the die was cast there. The Argentina international felt disappointed after those incidents and now has given up any hopes of his Old Trafford adventure. Also, the arrival of Dean Henderson from a superb loan spell has dented his chances further. His people also felt the player felt ‘lack of respect’ after those incidents.
Aston Villa are showing strong interest in signing the player. Man United value him £10 million and want to involve the player in a small part of a deal that will see Jack Grealish coming to the Old Trafford. Gralish, the talismanic captain of Villa is open to take the next step after saving the club from relegation. United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on the player and wants to bring the player, who recently got his England call-up.
Grealish, the 25-year-old is also gaining interest from other clubs in the Premier League, but United are still leading the race.