Boca Juniors set to complete signing of out-of-favour Manchester United centre-back Marcos Rojo after injury ravaged six-year spell at Old Trafford
- Marcos Rojo is set to leave Manchester United after a six-year stint at the club
- The 30-year-old was on loan in Argentina last year and is open on a return
- He is set to complete a move to join Boca Juniors to reunite with Carlos Tevez
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo is set to complete a deal to join Argentinian side Boca Juniors.
The Red Devils are close to agreeing the sale of the 30-year-old centre-back that would see him leave after a six year spell at Old Trafford.
Rojo was on loan at Estudiantes last season and is open on a return to Argentina, despite previous interest from Newcastle and Sheffield United.
Defender Marcos Rojo is set to leave Manchester United after a six-year stint at the club
It would end a tumultuous time in Manchester for Rojo, which has largely been ravaged with injury problems.
The centre-back most recently has been sidelined since October last year with a calf injury.
He joined the club in 2016 for a fee of £16m from Sporting Lisbon.
Since his arrival he has made 122 appearances for the club but has struggled for game time since the 2017-18 season.
He did oversee some trophy success at Old Trafford though, helping Louis van Gaal win the FA Cup in 2016 before being part of the EFL Cup and Europa League-winning double side under Jose Mourinho.
A move to Boca would see Rojo reunited with former international team-mate Carlos Tevez, who infamously crossed the city divide after two years under Sir Alex Ferguson to join Manchester City in 2009
Rojo’s time at the Premier League side has been ravaged by injury over the past few seasons
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