Marcos Rojo seems confident that he can regain a spot on the Man United starting XI.
Despite being kicked off the starting XI, defender Marcos Rojo is committed to regaining his spot at Man United and turned down transfer offers to make that goal a reality.
According to the Metro, Marcos Rojo rejected interest from the likes of Ligue 1 giants Marseille, Monaco and La Liga’s Valencia in order to stay at Old Trafford.
There were rumors that Rojo had a falling out with Louis van Gaal, who signed him out of Sporting Lisbon for £16 million last year. However, an unnamed source the Metro quoted stated that there are no issues between the two of them.
“There is no problem with the manager,” the source said. “Marcos wants to recover his position in the first eleven and nothing else. Louis van Gaal trusts Marcos and that’s all that matters.”
Rojo appeared in 22 Premier League matches for the Red Devils, failing to score a goal.
As a member of the Argentinian national team, Marcos Rojo was named to the FIFA World Cup All-Star Team in 2014 after helping the defense reach the World Cup final.
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