English Premier League outfit, Man United might be short of goalkeepers in the coming season as Sergio Romero appears to be unhappy and set to leave the club this summer transfer window.
It is understood that he was unhappy to be left out of the 2-1 defeat against Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla during their Europa League elimination and that game could be his last for the red Devils.
Sergio Romero has been the first choice goalkeeper for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Europa League this season but in the game, he was snubbed as the role was handed to David De Gea.
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Reports claim that his representatives were unhappy with the decision of the Red Devils manager and are already opened to leaving the club.
This will leave the Red Devils in a bid goalkeeping crisis as they will be lacking in options if Sergio Romero leaves. Dean Henderson is set to return from his impressive loan spell with Sheffield United but he is also not interested in staying back.
He wants to have the assurance of a first-team role before committing his future to the club or he leaves for another club this summer transfer window with West London outfit, Chelsea also interested in his signature.