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David De Gea and Bailly react after Manchester United parted ways with their star player (Photo)

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By c.nananews | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 14876 views

English Premier League giants Manchester United have on Tuesday afternoon announced the departure of one of their star players (Marcus Rojo) via their Verified Instagram handle after many years of speculation.

The Argentina national team star has been seriously linked with a permanent move away from the Old Trafford's club since two seasons ago, and he has finally moved to another club on a permanent deal, as announced by the English team.

The Argentine joined Manchester United in the summer transfer window of 2014, and he has since then been struggling with getting enough playing time, before he was sent out on a season long loan deal to Estudiantes, and he returned to Manchester United earlier this season with the hope of getting more playing time, but he was not in coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plan.

The former Sporting Lisbon star has now completed a move to his native club Boca Junior from Manchester United on an undisclosed fee, as announced by the Red Devils.

Manchester United announced via their Verified Instagram handle that;

Marcus Rojo is a man who always gave his all to the club when he was their player, and they thanked him for everything, and also wished him a Best of Luck in the future.

Photo posted by the Red Devils

Reacting to Manchester United's statement on Marcus Rojo, David De Gea, Eric Bailly and fans reacted by commenting to wish him Best of Luck.

Best of Luck to Marcus Rojo in his new club.

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