Marcos Rojo does not have a problem with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal despite his lack of playing time this season and links with a move away from the club, according to respected reporter Martin Arevalo.
The Argentine defender was snapped up by LVG last summer upon his arrival at the club and played a number of games both at centre-back and left-back for his Dutch boss.
However, this season he’s been a somewhat peripheral figure at Old Trafford, and has only been truly involved in first-team action following Luke Shaw’s long-term injury blow.
Subsequently there have been reports circulating surrounding his future, with a move to Zenit Saint-Petersburg one mooted option.
However, Arevalo took to Twitter to claim that Rojo, who is out of Argentina’s squad due to injury, has no problem with LVG, which was then retweeted by the player himself:
“Marcos Rojo did not recover the tear and is therefore low. Clarification? Has no problem with Van Gaal or the club.”
Marcos Rojo no se recuperó del desgarro y por eso es baja. Aclaración? No tiene ningún problema con Van Gaal ni se está buscando club.
— Martin Arevalo (@arevalo_martin) October 5, 2015
Van Gaal has, however, fallen out with one player he’s signed since arriving at United in the shape of Victor Valdes, who has been banished to train away from the first-team.
— Titanbet (@TitanBet) September 30, 2015