– Sergio Romero has rejoined the rest of the Man United squad after he was recalled by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
– It is understood the Red Devils shot-stopper returned to the team to put pressure on fumbling David de Gea
– Romero has been linked to several clubs in the United states after dropping from the pecking order
Sergio Romero has been recalled into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad to further put pressure on David de Gea, The Sun.
The 33-year-old has been linked with a move away from United during the January transfer window after falling out of favour with the Norwegian boss.
Dean Henderson moved up the pecking order as second choice and the Argentine had decided to leave with six months left on his deal.
A move to the MLS is on the cards for Romero after failing to make an appearance for United this season.
Romero who was allowed to spend time with his family in Argentina has now returned to the side to begin training with De Gea and Henderson.
“Sergio is working hard in training.
“He’s in the group and of course he lost a lot of training earlier on in the season.
“He joined us late after time back home and over Christmas as well, he was with family in Argentina.
“He’s working with the keepers but with Dean, Lee (Grant) and David it’s been more difficult to get in the match squad.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Sergio Romero is on the verge of leaving Man United this January after reportedly saying his goodbye to the club’s staff members.
Romero has endured a difficult spell at United in recent months despite being touted as a possible understudy to David de Gea.
The Argentine goalkeeper has spent five years with the Red Devils, often playing second fiddle to De Gea.
Legit.ng also reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly tell four of his players that they are now surplus to requirement and are free to leave during the January transfer window.
According to The Athletic quoted by Sport Bible United are ready to listen to offers Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Sergio Romero, and Jesse Lingard.
The four stars have barely made an appearance for the Red Devils with Lingard playing two League Cup matches.