Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward is keen to listen to offers for Sergio Romero who has fallen down the pecking order in the goalkeeping department.
Argentine international Sergio Romero is now the third choice goalkeeper at Old Trafford after the return of Dean Henderson from his loan spell at Sheffield United.
Dean Henderson has been on loan at Sheffield United for two years. His impressive performances with the Blades earned him a new bumper contract at Manchester United upon his return this summer.
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David De Gea and Dean Henderson are expected to fight for the number one goalkeeper jersey at Manchester United this season. The Red Devils’ faithfuls would be anxious to know who will start in goal when the club begins its Premier League campaign at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, September 19.
For Sergio Romero, the future seems to be away from Old Trafford with other Premier League sides like Aston Villa and Chelsea interested in a deal for him.
He has been at Manchester United since signing on a free transfer in 2015.
Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol confirmed the interest of both Aston Villa and Chelsea before adding that the two Premier League teams are yet to make an official bid for him.