- Manchester United goalie Sergio Romerio has reportedly told the club he wants to leave
- The Argentine is said to be tired of being a second choice stopper at Old Trafford
- Argentine side Racing Club are said to have promised him a regular playing time
Manchester United second choice goalkeeper Sergio Romero has reportedly informed the club that he wants to leave Old Trafford before the close of the January 2018 transfer window.
Romero joined Manchester United in 2015 under former manager Louis Van Gaal, and last season, he was regular as he helped the Red Devils to win the Europa League title.
But despite his superb performances last season, he still remains second fiddle to David De Gea, and he wants to leave for him to be fit for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
In June 2017, Sergio Romero signed a new contract at Old Trafford which will expire in the year 2021.
This season, Romero has been unable to force his way into the United team ahead of De Gea making just six Premier League appearances.
And according to the Independent, the Argentine goalie has told United he wants to leave the club even as the Red Devils's boss Jose Mourinho wants him to stay.
Argentine giants Racing Club are now said to be interested in the signing of Sergio Romero, and the club have reportedly promised him a regular shirt at the club.
Previously, NAIJ.com had reported how Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero stepped up his car game by getting himself a new Lamborghini.
The Argentine who is deputy to David De Gea at Old Trafford, is no longer seen with his £15,000 (N5.7m) Fiat 500.
Sergio Romero, 30, now arrives in training with a £163,000 (N62.7m) Lamborghini.
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