Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has revealed a difficult time at the Red Devils. that sometimes have to practice alone The 34-year-old Argentine goalkeeper joined the Red Devils in 2015 before being released this summer. After playing for the club for 6 years before signing a free contract with Venezia. On Tuesday,
Romero did not play a single match last season after Henderson returned from loan. Came in to take the first hand with de Gea, allowing him to fall into the third hand.
“It was a strange year for me. Despite having been training all year at Manchester United, there are days when I have to train myself. Because the team is preparing before the match,” Romero revealed to The Sun.
Romero now appears to be approaching the Old Trafford exit, despite failing to secure a move during the transfer last summer.
Recent report from male A talented keeper claims to say goodbye to staff at United’s training complex, Carrington.
MEN claims that Romero has returned to his native Argentina and was not trained by the United team in 2021.
Romero’s contract is due to expire in the summer and there are no signs that he could save his United career, and the 33-year-old will be the next big name to leave United.
“I feel good, I have returned to work in Argentina too. Proving that I am the same Sergio at Sampdoria. and Manchester”