Manchester United will make Sergio Romero their number 1 keeper when David leaves the Gea Old Trafford
- Manchester United's contract discussions with David de Gea have ended up on a wall
- But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not spend much if the Spaniard leaves in the summer
- He will promote Sergio Romero and follow the progress of Dean Henderson
Manchester United will promote Sergio Romero instead of spending a large portion of a new keeper when David de Gea leaves Old Trafford this summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also researching the native talent Dean Henderson, who will soon be promoted again Sheffield United, for another year as he wins the Premier League experience.
De Gea still has a year to go on his current contract, but the talks have reached an impasse with the Spaniard asking for wages in the region of £ 350,000 per week.
Sergio Romero will stand up and replace David de Gea as he leaves Manchester United
Discussions about a new contract with De Gea have waited with interest against PSG
French champions PSG keep an eye on developments.
And while United has considered Ajax's Andre Onana, Barcelona's Jasper Cillessen and Everton's Jordan Pickford as substitutes, Solskjaer will instead stick to what he has at his disposal.
Argentina international Romero has made 44 appearances since his arrival in United in 2015, when transfer speculation also flooded De Gea.
Calls were made to drop De Gea for Romero as baptized form at the end of the season
Romero even started the first six games of the United season under Louis van Gaal, but when a switch to Real Madrid failed for De Gea, he returned to the starting line-up.
Solskjaer opposed calls to drop De Gea for Romero towards the end of their 2018-19 campaign after a number of faulty screens.
De Gea's faults against Everton, Manchester City and Chelsea led to points that reduced United's hope of being in the Champions League places.
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