It is believed that Man United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has reached his limit and now in a helpless situation at the Old Trafford as he desperately wants to leave the club.
It has been confirmed that the playing time Sergio Romero enjoyed last season will not be available this season because of the return of Dean Henderson from loan which has relegated him to being the third choice at the club.
Sergio Romero is not willing to go that low and has requested to leave the club with Everton making moves for him on the transfer deadline day but Man United refused to agree on the move.
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It is reported that Man United have requested the sum of £ million which Sergio Romero’s suitors are not willing to pay.
Now it is reported that Sergio Romero is begging Man United to rip up his contract so that he can leave for MLS. The Sun reports that the 33-year-old is willing to wave away a £1.5 million compensation fee that he is owed to be able to secure his dream move.
There are feelers that Man United have reached a point where they must let go of the Argentina international if his career must be saved.