Man Utd outcast Sergio Romero ‘already says goodbye’ to Red Devils staff

Manchester United outcast Sergio Romero has reportedly already says his goodbyes to Red Devils staff.

Romero is out of contract at Old Trafford in the summer and expected to leave having been left out of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Premier League squad for the current season.

United have an option of an additional year on Romero’s contract though that is unlikely to be activated.

Dean Henderson replaced the Argentine as David de Gea’s back-up with the youngster having impressed on loan at Sheffield United.

The Manchester Evening News report that Romero has not been in training since the turn of the year.

They add he said goodbye to a number of staff members at United’s Carrington training complex last month.

It had been reported in Argentina that the goalkeeper is training in Buenos Aires with a move to Boca Juniors touted.

That comes ahead of the summer's Copa America, which is to be staged in Argentina and Colombia, with United giving Romero permission to train in his homeland.

Though the MEN add that if he is unable to arrange an imminent transfer then he will be expected back at Carrington.

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On Romero, Solskjaer had said back in October: “Sergio has just come back into training this week, so he’s started his pre-season work and is working to get to his peak fitness with the goalkeepers.

“When we had to put the list in, we put the available players on.”

Henderson started for United as they were beaten by Manchester City in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday.

He could be given another opportunity as the Red Devils face Watford in the FA Cup third round this weekend.

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