Sergio Romero’s wife addresses criticism of Man Utd for failed transfer

Sergio Romero’s wife has elaborated on her criticism of Manchester United after her husband didn’t move on the deadline.

After Dean Henderson returned from his loan at Sheffield United, the Argentine was further pecking at Old Trafford.

David de Gea remains first choice under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and leaves Romero in limbo.

Everton tried to sign the former Monaco star to compete with Jordan Pickford.

But the Toffees couldn’t agree on United, much to Eliana Guercio’s scorn.

She targeted the Red Devils on Instagram and slammed her lack of professionalism during the transfer window.

Sergio Romero wanted to leave United this summer

And she delved deeper into her social media outbreak, insisting that her husband deserves more respect.

She said: “It was a very stressful day for us. I have to say that I am sad, very sad on the one hand and happy on the other.

“I’m sad because Sergio deserved the opportunity to go to another club. He showed what he can do and he worked every day.”

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“At the moment he is training like he has been every day since he was in Argentina because he is a professional.

“He loves what he does and gives everything every day.

“I’ve obviously known since I met through his passion, work, and family.

Romero’s wife first hit Man Utd on Instagram

“It’s a very sad day because he wanted the chance to go to another club.

“He’s worked hard every day because he’s giving everything for United and I think his chances of playing for United have diminished.

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“That doesn’t sound right to me. It doesn’t seem honest or professional or serious that they have to let him go.

“I am very sad about it.

“On the other hand, I’m happy because all of the club’s fans have shown their great support.”



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