According to a report from the Manchester Evening News, Red Devils defender Marcos Rojo has been put on standby ahead of a possible January move away from Old Trafford – with some Manchester United fans wondering why he is the one potentially exiting and not other candidates.
Who would you rather leave Old Trafford?
The Argentine recently came back from a muscle injury and briefly returned to training before heading back to his home country to spend time with family over Christmas – with other defenders Phil Jones and Ashley Young seemingly getting the nod over him.
Rojo, who was signed just after the 2014 World Cup from Sporting Lisbon in a £16 million deal, has found himself out of favour during manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign – making just eight Premier League appearances overall since the start of the 2018/2019 season.
As a result, it’s no surprise Rojo could be gearing up for a move away, but these United supporters definitely aren’t pleased – here’s what they had to say on Twitter.
Yet Phil Jones was given a 5 year contract although he’s a worse player. English agenda shining through again.
— Calum (@UtdCalum) December 30, 2019
Rojo 😭 better than Lindelöf as well…
— Zahen @utdzedo SUSPENSION (@PlayTheYoof) December 30, 2019
Jones, Young, Shaw and Bailly all deserve to go before Rojo.
— Shoaib Ansari (@ashoaib053) December 31, 2019
Yet Phil Jones is still here…. Incredible ! 🤬
— DALOTicus (@daloticus) December 30, 2019
what about Jones? what is he still doing in our beloved club
— Reflex-shun (@youngluck88) December 30, 2019
Get rid of Jones instead, Rojo can actually be trusted when playing
— wwe28t (@SPECIAL_JUAN_) December 30, 2019
Rojo can play lcb and lb.. It would be more effective to get rid of jones/young.. But I guess brexit fc fans wouldn’t be happy with that 😂
— wubba lubba dub dub💤💤 (@RedDeviil93) December 30, 2019
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