Sergio Romero is ready to quit Manchester United this season, reports Metro. The Argentinian goalkeeper wants out of the club following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s continuous support of an underperforming David de Gea. The Spaniard received a lot of criticism following his errors against Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals but has been backed by his manager.
Romero, who has been the understudy of De Gea since he joined Old Trafford, has reportedly seen enough and wants to leave. The former AZ goalkeeper played for United in all FA Cup rounds leading up to the semi-final but was dropped for De Gea for the clash against Chelsea at Wembley.
The Argentina international has made 15 appearances for United this season and he has kept 11 clean sheets, conceding just four goals. In his entire career he has made 59 appearances for the club, keeping 39 clean sheets. The 33-year-old Romero has been linked with a move to newly promoted Leeds United last week.