£130,000-a-week star has agreed everything to secure Manchester United exit – Report




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If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United star Marcos Rojo is heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford this month.

Recently, TNT Sports revealed that the Argentine international has agreed everything with Estudiantes and only needs approval from Man United to secure his exit. It is stated that the player and his wife would like to return to their home country to get close to the relatives.

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Yesterday, El Dia claimed that the positive news for the South American club is that the Premier League side have not ruled out a potential loan move for the 29-year-old defender.

Rojo joined the Red Devils when Louis van Gaal was in charge of the club. The main concern with the former Sporting CP player is that he is highly injury prone. In the last campaign, the 29-year-old missed majority of the season due to injury and only started 5 games in all competitions.

As far as this season is concerned, Solskjaer has mainly preferred Lindelof and summer signing Maguire in his central defense and in such a scenario, the La Albiceleste star has mainly been a bench warmer. So far, he has only made 1 start in the Premier League this term.

Therefore, the 61-capped international, who was a key member of the Argentine squad that reached the 2014 World Cup final, surely needs to leave Manchester United for regular first team football.

His current contract at Old Trafford will expire next year and he is earning around £130,000-a-week (Mirror Sport).

It must be remembered that Solskjaer allowed center half, Chris Smalling, to leave on loan for Roma in the summer. In your view, should the Norwegian get rid of Marcos Rojo this month?




2 Comments

  1. The guy has not been playing regularly and so they must let him go wherever he can get game time.
    Giving him £130000 a week for warming the bench defeats basic logic.

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