Marcos Rojo has no intention of returning to England and play for Manchester United next season. The Argentinian defender is currently on loan in his homeland playing for Estudiantes and it has been reported that Rojo has contacted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to tell him he does not want to return to Old Trafford.
Rojo enjoyed a spell in the first team under Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, but under Solskjaer the left-footed defender has failed to impress. The Argentina international is considered as a back-up player at United and he could be sold this summer to generate funds for incoming transfers.
Therefore, it is not expected that Solskjaer will not allow Rojo to move. His current contract at United will run out at the end of next season and it could be possible that the 30-year-old will be up for grabs for a fee under €15m. Earlier on Rojo stated he would like to make a permanent return to Argentina, with Estudiantes as his favoured destination. It is unclear if the club is able to meet United’s asking price.