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Turkish Giants Keen On Loaning Manchester United Star


Turkish giants Fenerbache are eyeing a move for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo with the transfer window open in Turkey until the end of the month.

Rojo, who has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford, is claimed to be open to moving away from Manchester United this summer as he looks for regular game time.

Fenerbahce want to sign a defender to bolster their ranks and have identified Rojo as a candidate to arrive in Istanbul, according to Turkish daily Kralspor.

The Yellow Canaries want to sign Rojo on loan and could approach the Red Devils soon.

The 28-year-old, who has fallen out of favour under Jose Mourinho at the club, was wanted by Everton, but the Toffees could not complete a deal before the Premier League transfer window closed earlier this month.

Rojo’s 2017/18 season with the Red Devils was severely hampered by injuries and he is expected to consider his future at the club following the uncertainty surrounding his regular involvement with the first team at Old Trafford.

It remains to be seen if Manchester United would be prepared to let Rojo move to Turkey on loan.