Marcos Rojo is ‘more than likely’ to have played his last match for the Red Devils, says his agent Jonathan Barnett. Argentina international has been on loan at Estudiantes in his native Argentina since January after falling out of favour at Man United.
Rojo has played only one game during his loan spell as his long period of general inactivity continues. Marcos has played only 18 games since the start of the 2017/18 campaign.
His ideal at Old Trafford still has another year to run, but Man United have moved on from the 30-year-old defender and his agent admits that his Red Devils career appears to be at an end.
‘I couldn’t comment on what Ole thinks but I think it’s obvious, I think with Rojo, probably is more than likely somewhere else,’ Barnett said.
The Argentine centre-back is more than likely to stay in Argentina rather than come back to Europe, although it is not clear where he will be playing his football, with Boca Juniors showing an interest in him, as well as current side Estudiantes.
‘My plan was to stay in Argentina because I want to continue with Estudiantes. But something happened: I got a call from Boca to see what I was thinking of doing and at first, it moved me,’ Marcos said.
Marcos signed for Red Devils in the summer of 2014 and has played 122 games for the club, but injury, patchy form and competition at both centre-back and left-back have all meant he was rarely a regular choice in the first team.