Several players in Manchester United’s squad are unhappy with how Sergio Romero has been treated, according to reports.
Romero had been Solskjaer’s first-choice goalkeeper in both competitions up until that point.
The Argentine, who joined United on a free transfer in 2015, was wanted by Everton as competition for Jordan Pickford.
But United blocked Romero’s exit in the closing stages of the transfer window as Everton attempted to secure a loan deal.
Everton reportedly offered a £2 million fee and to cover Romero’s £100,000-a-week salary in full, but United wanted a permanent sale for £8m.
Everton ended up signing Robin Olsen on loan from Roma on deadline day.
According to ESPN, some members of United’s squad have ‘expressed their disappointment’ at how Romero has been treated.
The report claims that the belief in United’s dressing room is that Romero has been ‘unfairly frozen out’.
The 33-year-old has also been left out of United’s Champions League squad, with Solskjaer opting to pick De Gea, Dean Henderson and Lee Grant as his three goalkeepers.
Romero still has the option of joining a club in the MLS as their transfer window is still open.
‘It is a very sad day because he desired the chance to go to another club,’ she wrote on Instagram.
‘He has worked hard every day for this, because he gives his all for United and I think that his chances of playing for United have gone down.
‘This doesn’t sound right to me. It doesn’t appear honest or professional or serious that they have to let him go. I am very sad because of this.’