Manchester United pundits felt sure that Marcos Rojo would get sold off this summer. However, Express UK reports that he assured El Dia that he looks to remain in the team. According to Rojo, there's a place for him and he brings value. Additionally, he'd prefer staying and "insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer...told him he has a future at Manchester United."

Marcos Rojo struggled with Manchester United in the season with 'fitness and form'

The Manchester Evening News noted that Marcos Rojo "struggled for form and fitness during the 2018/19 season at Manchester United." Additionally, they reminded fans that Argentia "snubbed him for this summer's Copa America." Well, that's no big surprise as the defender actually had injury issues and ended up playing only eight games, and not managing the full 90 minutes in any of those.

In any event, it seems that with his contract expiring next year, he's choosing to stay at Manchester United, if they'll keep him on. He told El Dia that in fact, Boca approached him before, but he feels he prefers staying in Europe. Argentina's not really where he wants to be, at this time. Evening News wrote that he said, "Nico Burdisso called me, who was a teammate of mine from the national team...when he took over at Boca." However, he did say while one day he might return to Argentina, it's not now.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Marcos Rojo discussed his place at Manchester United

Express UK noted that while he talked about staying with Manchester United, he seemed quite certain he would not be sold this summer.

They cited Rojo as saying, "I was in his plans, that I'm an important player and that he wanted me to return to full fitness, to be able to count on me in the first team. It's now time to rest and spend time with my family before returning to England."

Marcus signed what Manchester United in 2014. In the 20189/19 season, he played in one Championship League game and five Premier League games.

The centre-left defender is good at passing the ball and holding onto it, but he has some weaknesses. Apart from injury, he struggles with 'discipline' and concentration and "commits fouls" quite often, according to

In other news, Manchester United look to sign on Matthijs de Ligt

The Metro advises that Manchester United look to sign Matthijs de Ligt.

According to them, the reports that come out of Spain indicate that the "move has been held up as the defender’s agent Mino Raiola is demanding a 20 per cent commission." However, " Catalan radio station RAC1 report that "United are in pole position to sign De Ligt and the Netherlands international is ‘very close’ to a move to Old Trafford."

What are your thoughts on Marcos Rojo assuring that he remains with the team this summer and could avoid being sold off?

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