Sergio Romero has said goodbye to Manchester United staff and teammates prior to their transfer in January.
The time at the Argentine national club ended with a sour note after working for five years as a substitute for David de Gia.
Romero remained frustrated under Solskger after losing to Sevilla in Manchester United’s Europa League semi-finals and sought to leave just by seeing the transfer blocked.
He played in the final campaign of almost every cup game except the semi-finals reached by United, but fell further below the ranks after Dean Henderson returned from Sheffield United.
And Henderson began defeating the Carabao Cup to Manchester City on Wednesday. Romero’s contract expires at the end of the campaign, but he said goodbye to the club’s people, Manchester Evening News claims.
Romero hasn’t been trained by the Red Devil since the beginning of the year and wants him to be allowed to leave.
His hopes of leaving the club in the summer were shattered, and United’s board of directors blocked him from leaving. He was removed from the Premier League and Champions League teams to insult his injuries.
His wife, Eliana Garcio, accused Manchester United of lacking respect in an Instagram post after being prevented from leaving the club.
But there was a good time for Old Trafford players. He won the Europa League final victory over Ajax in 2017 and also won the FA Cup, Carabao Cup and Community Shield championship medals.
– Soccer Sports
Sergio Romero says goodbye to Manchester United teammates prior to January transfer
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