Sergio Romero is set to be the first casualty of the summer Man United clear out, Football Insider understands.
The Argentina international’s days at United are numbered after falling out with Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer.
A United source has told Football Insider that Romero will not be offered an extension to his existing deal and the club have already begun the process of finding a replacement.
The goalkeeper, 34, had hoped to leave United last summer and was left furious after being denied a loan move to Everton.
He was then expected to move on in January but opted to stay and see out his £100,000-a-week Old Trafford contract.
Romero has not had a single minute of playing action this season after accumulating 61 appearances during his six years at Old Trafford.
He is not only behind longstanding number one David de Gea and rising star Dean Henderson in the keeper pecking order.
But Lee Grant, 38, has been preferred to Romero in recent matches to understudy Henderson in the absence of the injured De Gea.
Romero rowed with the United management team behind the scenes last summer and this boiled over into the public domain when his wife Eliana Guercio took to her personal Instagram account to claim his exit was blocked.
Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer reacted to the bust-up by axing the experienced campaigner from United’s Premier League and Champions League squads.
Romero has been a popular player among supporters for most of his time at United as he has nearly always impressed when standing in for De Gea.
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