Tevez and Romero among five former Manchester United players available as free agents
The transfer window has slammed shut, but there’s still five former Red Devils out looking for a new club, including two Argentinian stars.
The Argentinian shot-stopper enjoyed a six-year spell at Old Trafford, but found himself playing second fiddle to David de Gea.
With an FA Cup, Europa League and League Cup winners medal, alongside a runners-up medal in the 2014 World Cup, Romero can offer any side invaluable experience, even if only in the dressing room.
However, when Rossi was finally handed his Premier League debut, he took the opportunity with both hands and scored just nine minutes after coming on against Sunderland.
It was in Spain that Rossi enjoyed his best soccer, and he managed over 100 appearances for Villarreal before brief stints in Italy with Fiorentina and Genoa.
In 2020, Rossi moved to the US and joined Real Salt Lake for a seaon but then had his contract cut short, leaving the now 34-year-old clubless in 2021.
Four years later, with a loan spell at Hull City under his belt, a 20-year-old Robbie Brady managed his first appearance for United, coming on as a substitute in a 2-1 League Cup win over Newcastle United.
It turned out to be Brady's only appearance in the famed red jersey, and he was shipped back off to Hull in 2012 before signing permanently for the Tigers in the following year.
Brady spent two years in East Yorkshire before making a £7million switch to Norwich City in 2015.
He managed 81 appearances for the Clarets, scoring four goals in the process, but it was announced in 2021 that he would be leaving the club at the end of his contract.
The following season saw him join a handful of other players loaned out to Belgian side Royal Antwerp, and Gibson featured regularly before a subsequent loan spell at Wolves.
Gibson was also part of the first team in 2009/10, and he popped up with some crucial goals including a brace against Tottenham in the League Cup quarter-finals, and a long-range strike minutes into a Champions League match against Bayern Munich.
The Republic of Ireland international then fell down the pecking order and moved to Everton in 2012, where he spent a further five years. Short term spells at Sunderland and Wigan Athletic followed before Gibson joined Salford City in 2020.
After shining for West Ham United in the 2006/07 Premier League season, Tevez caught the eye of Manchester United and seemed set on making the move.
In his two years at the club, Tevez went on to make 63 appearances, score 34 goals, win back-to-back Premier League titles, and collect a Champions League medal. Not bad.
He's also well known for his part in the deadly attacking trio that included Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, who fired the Red Devils to domestic and European success.
Controversially, Tevez then left Old Trafford to move to United's rivals Manchester City in 2009, and went on to make over 100 appearances for the Cityzens.
To further rub salt in the wounds of United fans, Tevez was part of City's squad that saw them win their first ever Premier League title in 2011/12, pipping his former side to the trophy.
In 2021, the 37-year-old claimed he was physically but not mentally fit to continue at Boca, and is now on the hunt for a new club - although we don't see him being welcomed back with open arms at Old Trafford anytime soon.