Marcos Rojo’s future at Old Trafford has been uncertain for quite some time and the latest reports indicate that he could be leaving the club this month.
Argentine side Boca Juniors have been heavily linked with the versatile defender and according to TYC Sports, they have made a formal offer to the player to get his signing done.
The South American source have claimed that Boca want to make Rojo their first signing of the year and for that, they have offered him a three year deal.
The 30-year-old center back, who can effectively play as a left back as well, has played 122 games in all competitions for Manchester United.
However, in the last few campaigns, he has either warmed the bench or spent time on the treatment table.
Last season, he only started a single league game under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. As far as the current campaign is concerned, the 61-capped international has mainly been out with a calf injury and is yet to make an appearance for the Old Trafford outfit.
In such a scenario, the Man United faithful would not mind losing the former Sporting CP defender, whose contract will expire in the summer and who currently earns a salary of £80,000-a-week (The Sun).
Rojo was a key member of the Argentine national squad that reached the final of the FIFA World Cup in 2014. Unfortunately, he has not been able to play consistently for us and in all fairness, it is time for him to leave.