Sergio Romero of Manchester United is eager on signing for an MLS club after falling down the pecking order at the Old Trafford

After 5 long years at Manchester United, Sergio Romero has considered leaving England and is currently wanted by several clubs from the MLS. The former Sampdoria man has been exceptional for the Red Devils whenever called upon by the managers and has also won the hearts of several United fans during his stint at the club.

Since his arrival at the English club, Romero has played as a backup goalkeeper to the Spanish David de Gea, featuring over 60 times for the Red Devils, the Argentinian has managed to keep 39 clean sheets which is an astonishing figure for a back-up goalkeeper.

After the return of Dean Henderson from his loan, the 33-year-old Argentine goalkeeper has become United’s third-choice goalkeeper and isn’t willing to accept the role as he demands a better role from the club officials and the coach. In a recent altercation, Romero’s wife has launched a scathing attack on club officials describing the contributions made by her husband, Sergio Romero.

Reports suggested, the Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has been an admirer of the Argentinian talent and wanted to bring in Romero in order to reinforce his goalkeeper lineup but no deal was agreed between the two clubs and the Merseyside club went ahead to sign the Roma goalkeeper, Robin Olsen.

In recent developments, the former Europa League winner is looking forward to a proposal from the United States of America. With the MLS transfer window open till October 29, a move could certainly be on the cards in order to earn more first-team game time.

If Romero is to leave in the coming few days, the Argentinian goalkeeper will bow out as a hero amongst the supporters of Manchester United for his faithful service to the club over the last five years.

Image Credits-Manchester United Facebook

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