Argentina international full-back Marcos Rojo is set to extend his contract with the Red Devils. According to the Daily Mirror, the Argentine defender who joined Manchester United from Sporting during Lois Van Gaal’s reign as United boss in 2014 will be offered a new contract for his wonderful display under Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho.
Though his first two seasons under Van Gaal was very poor, he revived his United career under José Mourinho with host of impressive performances. He picked up a lengthy injury during last summer’s pre-season tour which ruled him out of action for almost three months. He seems to be back to his best form and he has featured in seven consecutive matches for United.
Another player who is reportedly going to be offered a new contract is impressive Spain international David De Gea. De Gea has been in fine form for Manchester United since his move to Old Trafford in 2012 as Van Der Sar replacement during the latter stage of Alex Ferguson time as the Red Devil’s boss.
The goalkeeper almost joined Real Madrid in 2015 summer but the deal collapsed as the Red were unable to find his perfect replacement before the close of the market.
After his transfer saga, De Gea extended his stay at Old Trafford by signing a five-year contract on 2015. This contract is expected to expire in 2020 but he’s set to be offered a new contract by the club so as to keep Madrid off him.
De Gea is valued at 50,00 Mill. € while Rojo is valued at £16.20m according to transfermarkt.