Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has decided to sell Marcos Rojo at the end of the season, per reports.
Rojo was permitted to return to his country home from Man United Dubai trip after he picked up another injury, in a season that is already distabilised by strings of injuries.
The Argentinean has featured only twice for United this season but since the reign of Solskjaer as the interim boss of the side, he is yet to lace his boots for us.
The versatile defender is said to be heavily on the transfer radar of Wolverhampton Wanderer and Everton.
Mourinho wanted the top brass of United to sign a top-notch centre-back in the summer and they were linked with a move for Kalidou Koulibaly.
Although Solskjaer has said the need for reinforcing his squad is not pressing, they could return with a mammoth bid for Koulibaly in the summer and he will come in the stead of Rojo.
Lindelof and Jones have stepped up their game since the arrival of Solskjaer and it appears that the aforementioned stars will remain a key member of his squad.
Rojo Can be deployed as a centre-back or a left full back but it is a pity that injuries have slowed down his progress at United.