Manchester United are reported to have made up their mind to part ways with defender Marcos Rojo in the coming summer transfer window.
Mirror Football reports that the clear out at the Old Trafford has begun and the Red Devils defender will go for as low as £6 million to any of his suitors.
It would be recalled that the Old Trafford side secured the services of the Argentina international in 2014 for a reported fee of £16 million but he has been declared to be surplus to requirements by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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Marcos Rojo’s career at Old Trafford has been frustrated by injuries and that has limited his playing time at the club.
The defender only saw six appearances for the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer team which is not enough to keep him at the club.
However, Marcos Rojo could return to his country home after revealing that he was approached by Boca Juniors.
It is therefore suggested that a move away from Europe would be very difficult for the Argentine International as he seeks to play European football.
Meanwhile, the clearance at the Old Trafford has already begun and more players are expected to leave before the end of the summer transfer window.