Manchester United are set to terminate the contract of defender Marcos Rojo.
That will allow the 30-yer-old to return to Argentina to join Boca Juniors on a free transfer.
Rojo joined United in 2014 from Sporting Lisbon, but his time at the club has been blighted by injury and he has not featured at all for them in the current campaign.
He spent part of last season on loan with Estudiantes, but a combination of injury and the start of the pandemic, meant that he ended -up playing very little football with them.
Rojo is currently under contract until the end of the season, but allowing him to leave now means they will be able to get his wages off their books.
During his time in Manchester Rojo won the FA Cup, the EFL Cup and the Europa League under Jose Mourinho.
He has won 51 international caps with Argentina, scoring 3 times for his country.
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