Manchester United willing to let 28-year-old star leave for the right price

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo is wanted by four clubs, as the Red Devils look to sell the 28-year-old central defender, according to The Sun.

The Argentine has been linked with a £30million move to Everton but the Premier League side face a lot of competition from abroad.

Ligue 1 giants Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in Rojo while Zenit St. Petersburg also want to sign the United star.

Rojo has been a part of the United team for four years but Jose Mourinho is willing to let the defender leave for the right price.

The Argentine has fallen down the pecking order behind Chris Smalling and Phil Jones. The 28-year-old even missed the pre-season tour of America as he was carrying an injury.

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Rojo only played nine Premier League games for us last season but still made it to the Argentina squad for the World Cup.

His injury record is not great and selling him makes sense given that Mourinho has been told that he has to sell before signing someone else. (h/t Telegraph)

Harry Maguire (h/t Telegraph) and Yerry Mina (h/t Express) are two central defenders who have been linked with a move to Old Trafford.

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Selling Rojo would provide us with additional funds to bring in a defender and either of Maguire or Mina would do a great job for us.