The defender is currently on loan at Estudiantes for the rest of the season. So a video that was posted on social networks and later deleted showed a center-back player and smoking with his friends.
Rojo broke lockdown rules in Argentina
The Red Devils will remind Marcos Rojo of his duties after being portrayed as breaking the blocking rules in Argentina. The defender is currently on loan at Estudiantes for the rest of the season. And a video that was posted on social networks and later deleted showed a center-back player and smoking with his friends. Argentina, like most countries in the world, is currently isolated until at least May 10th due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which means meetings are not allowed. There is an understanding that United will contact a 30-year-old to remind him of his duties. So, Ole Gunnar Solskjär, most likely, mistook Rojo’s actions.
He’s on loan at Estudiantes
The defender, who made only one start of the Premier League this season before getting on loan in January. He has not been part of the Norwegian’s plans since he led at Old Trafford and fought for playing time. Rojo made only nine appearances in all competitions before he went on loan. And with the arrival of Harry Maguire last summer, a 30-year-old fell even further down the order. He hopes to extend his spell credit at his childhood club after the season was stopped due to an outbreak of coronavirus. “If it depends on me, I’ll talk to Manchester United about staying here for another six months,” Rojo told journalists.
“I will feel a great feeling of pain if I have to leave after playing so few matches. I’ve completely recovered now, and I am ready to play again”. The center-back is the latest player to break the lockdown rules. Everton striker Moise Kean was caught holding a home party during a lockdown in England at his home in Cheshire. At the same time, midfielder Aston Villa and United Jack Grealish apologized after being spotted as he left the party at his former team-mate’s house. Lockdown rules in England are currently valid until at least May 7th. And the Premier League is in constant discussion with the government over the “Project Restart”. In an attempt to devise the safest and best way for football to start again.