Argentina shot stopper Sergio Romero will leave Manchester United this Summer transfer window on a Free after six years at the club
Sergio Romero who after falling out of favour with Ole Gunnar Solkjaer failed to move to Everton, Aston Villa and Valencia despite their interest will leave on a free this summer.
The departing Argentine Sergio Romero played sixty-one times for Manchester United, not conceding in thirty-nine of those matches to register a 64% clean-sheet record which is the highest in the clubs history for any goalkeeper with a significant number of appearances
Signed during speculation that David de Gea would be leaving the club in the summer of 2015 he initially replaced the Spaniard before accepting the role as his back-up.
He has won both the FA Cup and League Cup with United having played in a number of matches during both victorious campaigns and being named on the bench for the finals.
Selected as #1 keeper for the Europa League campaign in 2016/17 he played in ten matches including the 2-0 final win over Ajax when United become the only English club to have won all the major FIFA and UEFA club honours.
“The greatest of English football, we’ve won it all…”
Sergio Romero leaves Manchester United with his contract having expired after seemingly falling out with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over being dropped for the semi-finals of both the FA Cup and Europa League in 2020 despite having been first choice keeper in the previous rounds of both competitions.
He typically kept a clean-sheet in his final United appearance for United, a 1-0 win over Copenhagen in the quarter-finals of the Europa League in August 2020.
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