United yields with Romero

An unexpected turn has taken the Manchester United with Sergio Romero. Thes Red Devils would have changed their minds and are now willing to accept a low offer by the Argentine goalkeeper. The point is that in the summer, when the player asked to leave after finding himself without a place in the squad, they were asking for five million pounds for his transfer. Now they could accept as little as 2.5 million for the 33-year-old who has been left out of the Premier League and the Champions League.

Romero asked the Old Trafford board for months to let him out on the summer market and go to a club that was the first choice. With De Gea, Henderson and Lee Grant, the 37-year veteran English goalkeeper, he was Solskjaer’s third pick. With several avenues open, it was United that did not want to give in with the price and finally had to stay, not to be entered in any competition.

It seems that United has thought better and is going to give in with the Romero issue. The player’s agents are already looking for a possible destination, now that the option seems more affordable. Five years of history between United and the goal seems to come to an end, not in the best way …

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