The supposed goalkeeping issues in Man United are yet to be settled as Sergio Romero is reportedly pushing for a move out of the Old Trafford in this summer transfer window.
Sergio Romero could boast of a second place at the Old Trafford in the last campaign but that immediately changed when Dean Henderson returned from his loan spell with Sheffield. He is now being relegated to the third choice, a development he is not satisfied with.
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The Times reports that Sergio Romero is keen on leaving Man United this season as he is already being linked with a move to Everton. The report claims that efforts are already underway to bring the 33-year-old to Goodison Park.
The report adds that Everton are in contact with his intermediaries and the possibility of a deal is being discussed for him to be a backup to Jordan Pickford.
Should Sergio Romero leave Man United this summer window, they will be forced to have him replaced as they will not be satisfied working with two goalkeepers throughout the season.
Meanwhile, David De Gea remains the first choice goalkeeper under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season but the door for competition has been opened between them.