Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero is now stranded at the club after his transfer to the US Major League Soccer failed, MySportDab reports.
Talks with David Beckham’s club Inter Miami did not end well with the MLS transfer window due to close on Friday morning.
The Argentine goalkeeper will now stay at Manchester United until January at least, or until his contract expires in in June.
Also, Manchester United and Romero can agree to terminate his £100,000-a-week contract before it expires in June.
However, MySportDab understands that Romero is not happy with United, and won’t accept to do the club any favours.
The 33-year-old’s plans to join Everton failed when United demanded a higher fee, and then left out of the Premier League and Champions League squads for this season.
Dean Henderson returned to Old Trafford as backup to David de Gea after his loan at Sheffield United.
Romero helped Manchester United reach the Europa League, and FA Cup semi-finals last season.
But now, he has been dropped to fourth choice behind Lee Grant and he can’t play for the club again.
His wife Eliana Guercio criticised Manchester United on social media and some teammates are unhappy about how the club treated him.
The former Sampdoria keeper returned from Argentina this month and is now training at Carrington after a quarantine period.