Manchester United defender to push through summer exit?
Argentine defender Marcos Rojo is attempting to push through an exit from Manchester United amid the season-long loan approach from Fenerbahce.
Rojo was touted to join Everton before the Premier League transfer deadline but the move did not materialise after the Toffees failed to meet United's £25m price tag for his services.
Since then, he has been actively aiming to part ways with the side and The Times claims that Fenerbahce have emerged as a temporary option for him this season.
However, they are still concerns regarding his £8m-a-year wages and the Red Devils would have to pay part of the salary in order for him to join the Istanbul giants.
Aside from Rojo, Sanchez has also been fancied to end his association with the Red Devils after receiving a loan proposal from Inter Milan which includes the option to buy.
The Chilean is seemingly desperate to leave the Mancunian giants but the final decision will be taken up by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club's hierarchy.