Sergio Romero will not be short of suitors should he leave Manchester United in the summer transfer window.
The veteran Argentina international has made his name as one of the best goalkeeping understudies in world football after five years deputising for David De Gea at Old Trafford.
But the 33-year-old could finally move on this summer amid the current uncertainty around the goalkeeper situation at the club.
Dean Henderson has returned after a second season-long loan spell at Sheffield United and has all but confirmed he won’t return to Bramall Lane for a third year in an emotional social media message to Blades’ supporters.
Solskjaer therefore has three proficient goalkeepers at his disposal, meaning something needs to give.
Romero would have been justifiably frustrated at being dropped for the FA Cup and Europa League semi-finals that ended in defeat, despite playing all the other rounds in the competitions and barely putting a foot wrong.
Remarkably, ESPN report that United are still to make a decision on the future of Henderson after his return from South Yorkshire.
But regardless of the outcome of discussions regarding Henderson, Romero may feel it is the right time to move on and there are plenty of clubs already lining up his signature.
ESPN’s report states that Chelsea, Everton and Leeds United are among the clubs that have expressed an interest in Romero.