At 33-years-of-age, I’d imagine that the desire to be playing regular football is prevalent.
Even more so when you are sure that you possess the credentials to do more than a decent job for the side.
Therefore, at this moment in time, it must be becoming increasingly frustrating for Sergio Romero to be stuck on the substitutes bench whilst David de Gea makes error after error but remains first-choice for the green jersey.
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that ESPN are reporting that the Argentine is looking towards the future and a possible move away from Old Trafford.
Of course, the situation s made even more complicated by the emergence of yet another goalkeeper, Dean Henderson, currently on loan at Sheffield United, as a potential candidate to displace de Gea.
But, if Romero does decide his future does lie elsewhere then already, if our referenced source is correct, clubs are starting to form a queue for his services with Everton and newly-promoted Leeds United being named as possible destinations.
Here at Vital Manchester United, we’d be disappointed to lose Romero as he has never let the club down, but we’d readily accept his reason for leaving.
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