Manchester United’s squad is expected to undergo a bit of a shake up over the coming months, with a number of players expected to leave at the end of the season, with their contracts either running out or entering the final year.
The futures of quite a few of the club’s stars is uncertain. But one man who is almost certain to leave soon is Sergio Romero. He was very close to breaking into the first-team towards the end of last season but has fallen considerably down the pecking order since then.
The Argentine veteran’s contract is set to run out this summer. And after not making a single appearance this season, he is believed to be keen to depart Old Trafford.
A move back to Argentina might very well be on the cards for Romero. Fabrizio Romano tweeted out that Boca Juniors are trying to convince him to join the club. Marcos Rojo has already moved to the Argentine giants and Edinson Cavani has also been linked with them recently:
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Manchester United might be about to shake up their goalkeeping ranks
While goalkeeping might be one of the strongest areas of Manchester United’s squad, the club could be about to shake things up between the sticks.
Romero looks certain to leave, but the futures of David de Gea and Dean Henderson might be up in the air as well, as both of them have been linked with moves away recently. And according to rumours, only one of the two might remain at Old Trafford come next season.
The Red Devils have enjoyed a great season this time around and currently sit at second in the Premier League table. But it looks like they are looking to strengthen the squad even further as the ultimate aim of the club would be to return to winning trophies on a consistent basis, something that they have not done ever since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.