Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero wants a return to Manchester United this summer, according to reports.
The Argentine goalkeeper wants to replace Dean Henderson, who is set to join Nottingham Forest, because he feels he has unfinished business at Old Trafford.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the Argentine is keen on a return to the Theatre of Dreams just two years after his initial departure.
Romero joined Manchester United in 2015 during the era of Louis van Gaal at a time when David De Gea had looked set to join Real Madrid.
The Spaniard, of course, remained but Romero proved a worthy understudy and kept an impressive 32 clean sheets in just 61 matches for the Red Devils.
Romero is keen on returning to Manchester United as back-up to De Gea following his release from Venezia.
Sergio Romero is unhappy with how his United career ended, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer forcing him to train with the reserves after he was displaced by Henderson.
Romero would reportedly jump at the chance of returning to the club as he still has a lot of love for United.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have reached an agreement with Dutch club Feyenoord for the transfer of Dutch international left-back Tyrell Malacia.
This has been confirmed by Feyenoord sporting director Frank Arnesen.
“The agreement with Man United is there. We are now waiting for Tyrell,” Arnesen tells @1908nl.
“If Malacia says yes, then a transfer to Manchester United is imminent.”
Malacia was close to joining Lyon after the French club reached an agreement with Feyenoord but Manchester United have now hijacked the transfer.
Lyon had agreement with Feyenoord to sign Malacia for €12million guaranteed plus €3million in add-ons.
However, Manchester United are now set to hijack the transfer after reaching an agreement with Feyenoord by offering €15million guaranteed plus add-ons, according to reliable transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
Manchester United are now in talks with the left-back and are now discussing personal terms with the 22 year old left-back.