Manchester United make Marcos Rojo transfer decision
Manchester United reportedly have no intention to part ways with defender Marcos Rojo until the conclusion of the current campaign.
The Argentine was heavily linked with a move to Everton during the summer but the Red Devils refused to sanction his sale after they were offered a cut-price deal.
Rojo has since re-entered the first-team mix with six starts and one substitute appearance but he is still said to be keen on pursuing a fresh challenge as he wants a regular starting spot.
According to The Sun, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to keep Rojo at the club until the end of the season and the club will only sanction his sale in January, should they receive a substantial offer.
Rojo has been utilised by Solskjaer whenever the Red Devils have started with a three-man backline but that has been a rare occurence during the first half of the season. Rojo has just over two years remaining on his current deal.