Manchester United Argentina international,Marcos Rojo we could recalled returned to his boyhood club Estudiantes on loan in January, initially for the remainder of the season.Rojo managed to make just one appearance before he was sidelined through injury and now the
coronavirus pandemic has halted the season in
Argentina. The 30-year-old was supposed to return to United this summer, but Manchester united with the likes of Luke Shaw,Brandon Williams and Timothy Fosu Mensah seems okay with these players in their ranks. Recently Rojo was accused of breaching Covid-19 rules when he was filmed smoking and playing poker with his pals
in May. While the full-back’s tenure with his former side came to
an end in June, the Argentine has not been spotted with his team-mates at Carrington yet. This raised loads of questions from fans across the world but currently it looks like him returning is impossible.
Although Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams picked up knocks against Southampton, ensuring
they must be assessed before the trip to Crystal
Palace, and centre-backs Phil Jones and Axel
Tuanzebe are sidelined, there appears little
prospect of Rojo returning to the first-team squad.Speaking in the press conference ahead of facing Crystal
Palace, Solskjaer said: “Marcos has been in lockdown over there so they've not played.
“At the moment I can’t see him coming back here over the summer because we've been in this bubble and have this squad available until next summer. “So he just needs to focus on getting and staying fit and being ready for wherever that takes him.”
The 30-year-old's last outing for the Reds came
in the 3-1 home victory over Brighton & Hove
Albion in November.
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