Man United seem to have come in terms with Romero over future


Man United player and goalkeeper Sergio Romero seem to have agreed on the decision to part ways this summer window as the player seeks a new challenge elsewhere.

It is understood that the Argentina international has been unhappy at the club since he was snubbed by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the semi-final defeat they suffered against Sevilla in the Europa League last season.

More to it is the fact that he has been relegated to the third choice with the arrival of Dean Henderson at the club after being an understudy goalkeeper for several years.

SunSport has been reliably informed that the 33-year-old will now be leaving the club this summer window with the Red Devils also agreeing to his wish to move on.

It is also reported that the Red Devils chiefs are open to him leav8ing and are working on finding a new club where he will have a regular playing time with the first-team.

Meanwhile, we expect to see a fight for the first-team shirt between Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea and Dean Henderson this season as the latter is keen on taking up the No.1 role after his return from a season-long loan.

Spanish La Liga outfit Valencia are reportedly ready to pay £6 million for the service of Sergio Romero.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.