Former Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has revealed the story behind him leaving the club. After his spat with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 2021.
The Argentine arrived at Old Trafford in 2014 under Louis van Gaal and played a role during the Jose Mourinho era before becoming part of the club. Exceeded and not in the team’s plans for the Norwegian consultant. Until causing him to be released on loan and moved out of the team in the summer of 2021
Rojo has revealed that the main reason. He is out of Solskjaer’s eyes is because of the £80m move for Harry Maguire in 2019, speaking behind the scenes. this
“In 2019, I played in the Europa League. But I was very angry with Manchester United coach at the time. He put Maguire in place of me. I must say I’m delight that. They brought in Lisandro Martinez this season.
“One day I spoke to Solskjaer in the office to tell him to let me leave or put my name in the starting line-up. But he told me Maguire had to play because of the price the club paid for him.
“He has made many mistakes. And I told Sol Cha to go, damn it, let me powder the field. Because he keeps making mistakes every week,” said Rojo.