Fenerbahce ‘reach agreement’ to sign Man Utd defender on loan

Reports in Turkey claim that Turkish side Fenerbahce have reached an agreement with Manchester United over the transfer of Marcos Rojo.

Sporun Dibi, as cited by Sport Witness, claim director Damien Comolli, formally of Tottenham and Liverpool, has agreed terms with the Reds for a loan move for the Argentine defender.

However, the report states that the club will have to convince Rojo to make the switch, as he is not keen on a move to Turkey.

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Rojo’s time at Old Trafford should now be up following the summer arrival of Harry Maguire and the loan return of Axel Tuanzebe.

The 29-year-old will now struggle to make it into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s match day squads given the Norwegian’s surplus of defenders, and we will now have to wait and see if he can be shipped out before the European window shuts on September 2.

A report in the Daily Mail had claimed Rojo nearly made a deadline day move to Everton, but no move materialised with United insisting on a permanent deal for the centre-back.

The Argentine was said to be furious the transfer to Marco Silva’s side was not completed, but there is still time for him to exit Old Trafford this summer.

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