Sergio Romero has revealed he has plenty of offers for his next club ahead of leaving Manchester United.
United confirmed on Friday that Romero would be one of eight releases when contracts expire on June 30 – alongside the likes of Joel Pereira, Max Taylor and Aliou Traore – and will leave the club after six years.
The goalkeeper only made 61 appearances at Old Trafford as he largely played second fiddle to David de Gea during his stint, but he did enjoy highlights such as keeping a clean sheet in the Europa League final victory over Ajax in 2017.
The final year of Romero’s time at United was not enjoyable, however, as he was not involved in a single match after Dean Henderson usurped his place. A failed departure last summer after Everton made an approach didn’t help matters either.
Now the Argentine will finally leave the club at the end of the month after United opted against taking the option for a further year in his contract, but he says that he could remain in England.
“I was let go by United and we are working to see where I could play next,” said Romero in an Instagram live chat, via Football Italia.
“Thank God, I have several offers in Europe. The clubs who asked after me are all in Europe, so we’ll see which is the best option.
“It could be England or Italy, we’ll see. And if it’s Spain, that will be a new experience, but I also have to consider my daughters, who are growing up.”