Sergio Romero wants showdown talks with Manchester United next week about his treatment from the club.
Romero is seething with United bosses after finding out on social media he had been axed from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Premier League squad post the summer transfer window.
It is the latest kick in the teeth for the Argentine goalkeeper as his United career comes to a shuddering halt.
Romero, 33, has found himself frozen out at Old Trafford since making his last appearance for United in their Europa League quarter final win over Copenhagen in August.
He was left fuming after being dropped for the semi-final defeat to Sevilla and returned to South America during the close season hoping to find a new club.
He became hell bent on leaving Old Trafford after being axed from the Champions League squad, to find himself fourth choice keeper behind David De Gea, Dean Henderson and even Lee Grant, who has not made a single league appearance for the club since joining them 27 months ago.
But a move to Everton collapsed when United refused to budge on their £10m asking price, plunging Romero into further turmoil.
The former Sampdoria star could now be forced to sit on his backside until the next transfer window, costing United almost £1m in wages in the process.
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Romero is said to be "baffled and angry" about how United have treated him in recent weeks and is hoping the club allow him leave on a free transfer in return for him agreeing to terminate the remainder of his £100,00-a-week deal.
Romero has been self-isolating following his return to Manchester from Argentina, but is expected back at Carrington next week when he will seek urgent talks with Solskaer and executive vice chairman Ed Woodward.
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