Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has revealed that he would like to play for Argentine club Estudiantes before the end of his career.
The utility player made the admission in an interview with ESPN Estudiantes.
Marcos Rojo plays his country football for two-time world champions Argentina and he can play either as a centre back or as a left-back.
The Manchester United defender has battled with fitness and form at the club in recently and he’s said to be one of the players in danger of being transferred out of the Theatre of Dreams this summer.
Rojo was on the payroll of Estudiantes until 2010 when he moved to Russian Premier League outfit Spartak Moscow.
His football journey continued from Russia to Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon.
The Argentine defender became a Manchester United player in 2014 having joined from the aforementioned Sporting Lisbon.
He has had to contend with injuries in recent seasons and was limited to a handful of appearances as Manchester United suffered a disappointing season.
The Argentine player has made over 100 appearances for Manchester United during his five-year stay at Old Trafford.
His status as a Manchester United player for next season is uncertain at the moment but he’ll definitely play Europa League football next season if he stays after the Red Devils failed to qualify for Champions League football.