Argentine keeper Sergio Romero is training alone after being excluded from the Manchester United squad for the new season.
Romero has been at loggerheads with the club after they failed to ship him out in the summer and according to reports, the player has not been happy with the club’s treatment and is looking for a move in January.
It is believed that the player and his agent have talked with United over a possible transfer and are confident that a deal could be agreed in the next window with the keeper said to have received offers from the MLS.
“Romero, 33, returned to United’s Carrington complex this week and is training alone. Romero and his agent, Kristian Bereit, spoke with United figures at Carrington to establish his short-term future with all European windows closed until January.
“Bereit(‘s) another client at United is Marcos Rojo-also cut from the Champions League squad, “The MEN reports.
The 33-year-old has been an understudy to David de Gea and was the preferred choice for the club in cup competition but the return of Dean Henderson pushed him further below the pecking order.
Trouble started when manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dropped Romero at the semi-final stage of both the FA Cup and Europa League last season, despite the fact that he had only conceded three goals in 14 games across the two competitions.