SERGIO ROMERO wants to hold showdown talks with Manchester United over his future – with Dean Henderson heading back to Old Trafford.
The United No2 – who is behind David de Gea in the pecking order – has just 12-months left on his deal, with the option of a further year.
The 33-year-old has made no appearances in the Premier League this season, and has been used as a cup keeper and in the Europa League.
SunSport understands he is being eyed by a number of clubs in his native Argentina, along with sides across Europe and in the MLS.
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And the ex-Monaco ace is keen to leave if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes it clear he has no first-team future at Old Trafford.
Henderson will return to the Red Devils this summer after another successful season-long loan spell at Sheffield United.
And De Gea is expected to stay in Manchester despite his problems on-the-field after a number of high-profile mistakes.
This would mean Romero dropping down to third-choice, something he does not want to do and he would rather leave instead.
The goalkeeper’s reps and United chiefs are due to sit down and discuss his future and whether it is with them ahead of the transfer window opening.
It is understood the club will demand around £5million for his services after snapping him up on a free from Sampdoria in July 2015.
Back in February, SunSport revealed how Villarreal and Real Sociedad had both made their interest clear in the £60,000-a-week man.
And earlier this year, Lee Grant signed a new one-year deal at United to keep him there until the end of the 2020-21 campaign.