The future of Sergio Romero is unclear.
Formally known here at Stretty News as the best second choice goalkeeper in the Premier League, the Argentina international has fallen down the pecking order at Manchester United this summer.
It’s through no fault of his own. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was forced into making a calculated decision on Dean Henderson, who spent the last two seasons on loan at Sheffield United, and it was time to take the young England keeper back.
Henderson will be ahead of Romero in the pecking order and is knocking on David de Gea’s door.
It will be an intriguing battle but I can’ t see both De Gea and Henderson at the club next summer. Someone is going to lose out.
At least the door has been opened for Romero to complete a move to a club in his Argentina homeland.
Racing club president Victor Blanco has told El Intransigente that Romero is welcome back to where his career began.
As cited by the Manchester Evening News, Blanco said: “A player who comes from European football doesn’t come to make an economic difference and always has the doors open, as is the case with Sergio.
“You have to come for the shirt, for the feeling of belonging and for wanting to give something back to the club that saw you grow up.”