The summer transfer window might have been closed in England and other European countries but Man United goalkeeper Sergio Romero could still make a move away from the club to the United States.
The MLS is still opened to transfer activities until October 29 and the Argentina international is considering the option of moving to North America as he is not interested in a stay at the Old Trafford this season.
Sergio Romero has been relegated on the list of Man United goalkeepers with the return of Dean Henderson from loan and the presence of David De Gea which makes him seek a move away.
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The 33-year-old was close to joining Everton on the deadline day for a loan deal but the Red Devils blocked the move on the demand of a fee for the Argentine.
It is understood that the Argentine is furious with his wife blasting the club for stopping her husband. He is obviously not happy at the club at the moment and desperate to leave.
According to Daily Mail, a move to the MLS is possible for Sergio Romero but it is unknown if the Red Devils will not make any financial claim that will stop the deal from happening this time around.