Reportedly, Sergio Romero wants Manchester United to allow him to leave in January for free.
Romero was left out of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils’ Premier League and Champions League rosters.
In the summer, he was closely linked to an Old Trafford exit, with Everton being keen on a switch for the goalkeeper.
The Sun reports that Romero is now training alone in an effort to force through a transfer, even though United did not allow him to leave.
It is stated that the Argentine hopes that United will allow him to leave in January without a charge, having become the fourth choice.
At the end of the season, Romero is out of work, but his £100,000 a week earnings are believed to trigger problems with future transfers.
Although The Sun added that to ensure an escape, Romero could give up his pay off and could leave United as soon as January.
On deadline day, Romero’s wife, Eliana Guercio, hit out at United and urged them to let the goalkeeper leave after supposedly blocking a transfer.
She wrote in a post on Instagram: “Sergio Romero worked hard for his club. They won [the 2017 Europa League] last trophy, they lifted it with him.”
He helped reach four finals/semi-finals for the team and then he was left on the bench only to lose them all.
“It’s time for them to get the chance back and let him go. Dignity FOR ONCE!”
“Sergio has just returned to training this week, so he’s begun his pre-season practice and is working with the goalkeepers to get to his full fitness,” United manager Solskjaer said.
David de Gea and Dean Henderson are ahead of the Argentine, while this season Lee Grant was selected as United’s third-choice keeper.