Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo will be fighting to return to full fitness ahead of the club’s clash against Liverpool on December 14 after suffering a serious shoulder injury, Express reports.
The 24-year-old is most likely going to miss four of the upcoming Premier League fixtures against Arsenal, Hull City, Stoke City, and Aston Villa, adding further defensive problems for Louis van Gaal.
He is joined by both Phil Jones and Jonny Evans on the sidelines as the Red Devils will surely need everyone fit during the increased game schedule in the build up to the new year.
Rojo has been ruled out for a minimum six weeks after picking up a acromioclavicular ligament damage in the 1-0 loss to Manchester City but is currently still a doubt for the match against Brendan Rodgers’ side.
He completed his switch to Old Trafford for £16million and will likely want to feature against his rivals in about a months time knowing that a match against the Reds is always a big occasion for any United player.