Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has agreed to leave the club this month and this is subject to approval from the Premier League club.
TNT Sports said that the Argentine international has reached an agreement with Estudiantes in his native Argentina and that Manchester United will have to approve the transfer before the versatile defender can leave the Old Trafford outfit.
Marcus Rojo is a utility player that functions well as a left-back or as a central midfielder and he earns £130,000 on a weekly basis at Old Trafford.
The Argentine international can play as a centre-back, a left-wing-back and a left-back.
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Marcos Rojo has made just five appearances for Manchester United this season.
His playing time has been affected by injuries and the good form of those at left-back and central defence.
Brandon Williams is the new kid on the block playing as a left-back after the Academy graduate broke into the first team this season.
Ashley Young was also a left-back option before the player left to join Inter Milan this month.
Luke Shaw has been the first choice recipient of that position for years.
Victor Lindelof is also the preferred centre-back pairing with Harry Maguire ahead of Rojo.