The latest development from Man United hints that Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero has been confirmed to leave this summer taster window.
While the summer transfer window has been closed in Europe, the MLS is still open for moves until October 29 and that could be the destination of the Man United goalkeeper.
Sergio Romero has been relegated to being the third-choice goalkeeper at Man United and he is obviously not ready to take that role, the reason why he seeks to leave the club to start the season with a new club.
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Everton came looking for Sergio Romero but the Red Devils blocked the move on the transfer deadline day for failing to agree on the terms of the deal with the Merseyside outfit.
However, Man United have left the Argentine out of their squad for the Champions Leg sue this season which gives a hint that he is no longer a member of the team.
Sergio Romero might have made up his mind to leave and that seems to have been accepted by Man United which prompted the decision to leave him out of the squad.
Meanwhile, the destination for Sergio Romero is still unknown but the MLS is believed to be likely.