Sergio Romero is still thinking that a move to Everton is in his best interests.
Cast your mind back to last summer when tensions between Manchester United and Sergio Romero began to grow.
The Old Trafford club would deny the Argentine an opportunity of a transfer to Everton, which rightly angered Romero and his family.
Romero has been completely frozen out of the setup at Old Trafford, making zero appearances across all competitions. Which begs the question, why on earth didn’t United just let him walk? All he’s doing is burning a massive hole in the Glazers’ pockets, and we all know how much them lot love money…
Amongst the other options for Romero is a return to his native Argentina, with Boca Juniors and River Plate also keen on acquiring the 34-year-old shot-stopper.
Honestly, this whole situation is just depressing. Romero is more than good enough to be playing week-in-week-out somewhere and it’s sad that United are just allowing him to rot on the training field.
It’s in everyone’s best interests to let Romero leave this summer, exactly as it was last summer, too. Hopefully, the shot-stopper can find a move that suits him and his family. If that’s at Everton, so be it, he’d definitely replace Jordan Pickford within their goals pretty quickly, that’s for sure.
For now, Romero has to keep a cool head, realise that he’s getting closer to leaving and keep calm. It’s sad because he has been a fantastic player for us over the last six years. I hope this situation hasn’t tarnished his relationship with the fans.
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