Argentinian defender Marcos Rojo was a subject of some transfer speculations prior to the start of the season.
He was reportedly on the verge of completing a deadline-day move to Everton in the summer but the deal fell through, which means he will need to wait until January before parting ways with the Red Devils.
It is believed that Marco Silva’s employers will reignite interest in his services in January having failed to lure Chelsea’s Kourt Zouma out of Stamford Bridge.
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Though the 29-year-old hasn’t been getting lots of game-time this season, he has reportedly changed his mind over his immediate future as he would be staying at Old Trafford till the end of the campaign.
Having featured in some games under Solskjaer in recent weeks, the defender is beginning to see more reasons why he should stay at the Theatre of Dreams and fight for his place in the manager’s starting lineup.
Though this might come as a setback to Everton’s hope of having a strong defensive unit in the second half of the campaign, it appears too early to rule the Toffees out of the race to capture the center-back who joined United in 2014 after 2014 World Cup in Brazil.