Marcus Rojo has been told to return to England despite him not being a part of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaers’ plans, leaving the defender frustrated.
Rojo spent the whole of last season on loan in at an Argentine club, Estudiantes, and is hoping he would be allowed to extend his loan deal.
He said, “I spoke to Solskjaer, the coach, about two weeks ago. Because I had to go back to England. He said to me: ‘Look, now the season is over and everyone has a few days off.
“Then we go to play the Europa League. I don’t need to tell you: you’re going to come here, you have to be alone for 15 days and I’m not going to count on you because you haven’t trained for 4 months.
“Then I told him that it’s said that at the beginning of August, training returns in Argentina. ‘If I stay here, is it better? Obviously, with your permission, I can train in Estudiantes, I asked him.
“And then he told me: ‘After the Europa League there will be two weeks off. Come when we are about to start.” He said.
The Argentinian international also used the opportunity to voice out his frustration at the treatment he has gotten from the club.
“Now a thousand things are spoken, but most of them are lies. If I start to deny I’d be here all day. I’m calm because I spoke. My idea is also to try to stay at Estudiantes.
“I played a game, got injured and all of this happened. That is why I will see in September if the loan can be extended and continue for a few more months.” Rojo concluded.