- Sergio Romero's move to Inter Miami has collapsed on Friday, October 30
- The Argentine goalkeeper will now have to remain at Manchester United
- Romero has been playing for Manchester United for the past five years
Sergio Romero's hopes of leaving Manchester United this month for a move to MLS side Inter Miami has reportedly collapsed and will now have to remain at Man United until January.
The Argentine goalkeeper has been struggling for games at Manchester United and has been hoping to leave Old Trafford on Friday, October 30.
According to the latest report on UK Sun, there was no agreement between Manchester United and Inter Miami which cancelled the deal.
Romero who earns £100,000-a-week at Manchester United is now 4th choice at Old Trafford behind David De Gea, Dean Henderson and Lee Grant.
The 33-year-old was fuming after manager Ole Solskjaer left him out of his Premier League and Champions League squads due to the return of Dean Henderson.
Henderson played on loan last season before he made a return to Old Trafford to become second choice behind David De Gea.
Romero has been with Manchester United for the past five years and the Argentine has played only seven games since then.
Recently, his wife took to social media to express anger after Manchester United blocked her husband from joining Everton.
Manchester United are currently occupying 15th position on the Premier League table with seven points after five games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Marcus Rashford who plays for Premier League side Manchester United has overtaken Paris-Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe after scoring hat-trick against Leipzig.
The encounter which was played on Wednesday night, October 28, was a Champions League clash in which the England international came off the bench to score thrice in 27 minutes.
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Rashford's trio of strikes makes him just the fifth player in the Champions League history to come off the bench and hit three goals before the end of the encounter.
Most incredibly, his 27 minute spell was the shortest time on the pitch that anybody had managed to achieve the feat in in the history of the Champions League.
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