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Man Utd looking to offload Sergio Romero after keeper’s heartbreak at Europa League snub

MANCHESTER UNITED are looking to find keeper Sergio Romero a new club after his Europa League heartbreak.

The Argentinian, 33, was upset about being overlooked for the semi-final defeat by Sevilla.

He is now considering his future away from Old Trafford, sources close to the keeper have told SunSport.

Romero has been an understudy for several seasons but felt his big chance of fame was snatched away from him when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recalled David De Gea.

Now South American insiders claim ex-Sampdoria star Romero wants to go to a new club and play.

And United chiefs are open to him leaving and currently working on the idea.

The Romero development will impact on Dean Henderson, who last month signed a mega new five-year deal on £120,000 a week.

He could be loaned out if the Red Devils have cover and a club would pay his wages.

United’s transfer team had been looking for possible European clubs who were after a top keeper like Henderson for a year.

But now those plans have all been put on hold.

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SunSport told you how Romero - who pockets £70,000 a week - was the Premier League's highest benchwarmer last season.

He made £3.64m despite not playing a single minute in the top flight.

Everton had been looking at a move for Romero, according to reports, because he wanted to put pressure on Jordan Pickford.

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