Man United have made it clear that they will be willing to release Marcos Rojo at £8 million this summer transfer window as he is no longer in the plans of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The fee for Marcos Rojo was made public by journalist Duncan Castles who claims that the £8 million annual wages invested in the 30-year-old is now too high for the Red Devils.
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It is also reported that his inability to fight for a starting role in the team makes him surplus to requirement. He has now been told he can leave the Old Trafford with the Italian Serie A believed to be the likely destination for the Argentina international and that is being motivated by the tax break for overseas players.
Napoli are reported to be considering the option of adding the Red Devils defender to their books as they are currently in search for centre-backs.
Despite being linked away, it is reported that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is happy with Marcos Rojo as he has been working hard, engaging in two training sessions since his return from a loan spell from his boyhood club Estudiantes but that does not mean offer will not be accepted from suitors.