Transfer News: Sergio Romero drops hints for future after Manchester United release
The club announced that Romero, alongside 7 others players, would be released as free agents at the end of this month. This would bring to an end a 6-year stay at United for the Argentine goalkeeper.
He made 61 appearances for the club in that time and was influential in United’s 2017 UEFA Europa League win. But this year, he failed to make even a single start as Dean Henderson and David de Gea competed amongst themselves.
And now he has the perfect opportunity to find a new club where he can play more regularly. According to the 34-year-old himself, he has several offers from European clubs, including those in England.
“I was let go by United and we are working to see where I could play next. Thank God, I have several offers in Europe. The clubs who asked after me are all in Europe, so we’ll see which is the best option.”
He mentioned that his family could have a part to play in his decision as he has to consider the future of his daughters as well, for whom relocating may be a difficult experience in this time of their lives.
“It could be England or Italy, we’ll see. And if it’s Spain, that will be a new experience, but I also have to consider my daughters, who are growing up.”
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With him being a free agent, it is no surprise that clubs are flocking around the 2014 FIFA World Cup silver medallist. United, on the other hand, seemed desperate to get him off their books as they did not opt to activate the additional one-year clause in his contract.