Man United Goalkeeper Sergio Romero Set For MLS Move
Sergio Romero is set to completed a move to MLS after Man United blocked his loan move to Everton in the transfer window, MySportDab reports.
The goalkeeper will be hoping to seal a move to the United States Major League Soccer after he couldn’t move to Toffees.
Sergio Romero has been left out of Man United team since last season despite De Gea’s horrible performance.
He has been pushing for a move since the transfer window opened but it all failed to work out for him.
The Argentine could be heading to North America with the goalkeeper hoping to get regular playing time.
Sergio Romero is eager to seal a transfer to MLS with him not needed at Old Trafford, according to reports by Daily Mail.
Romero could have joined Everton on loan but that move fell through after the Red Devils demanded a fee for him.
With Dean Henderson back to Old Trafford, he has been forced to sit out every game with him now their third goalkeeper.
Recently his wife put the club on blast after demanding the club let his husband go elsewhere.
The deal looks likely to happen now as he eyes a move to MLS in an attempt to get his regular playing time.