- Romero's deadline day move to Everton fell through.
- The goalkeeper's wife is far from happy with the club's conduct.
Sergio Romero's wife Eliana Guercio wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: "It was a very stressful day for us. I have to say that I am sad, very sad on one and happy on the other hand. I am sad because Sergio deserved the opportunity to go to another club, he has shown what he can do and he has worked hard every day.
"It's a very sad day because he deserved the chance to go to another club. He gives his all for Manchester United and I think that today his chances of playing for Man United have gone down. This doesn't sound right to me. It doesn't appear honest or professional or serious that they have not let him go.
"On the other hand I am happy because all of the fans of the club have shown all their kindness and support. I want to thank all the fans of United who have shown their support and kindness and love and thanks to Sergio. Kisses and hugs to you all and thanks for all your kind words to Sergio."
Romero is just a third-choice goalkeeper at Old Trafford this season following the arrival of Dean Henderson in the summer.
Everton tried to sign the Argentine shot-stopper on a season-long loan but the two clubs failed to reach an agreement on deadline day.