Manchester United will speak to Marcos Rojo this week after the defender was clearly seen breaking lockdown rules in Argentina by smoking and playing cards with friends.
The Argentine started just one Premier League game for the Red Devils this season, before joining Estudiantes on loan during the January transfer window.
Due to the current coronavirus crisis, countries around the world have been forced to take action, with numerous governments announcing a lockdown. This is the case in Argentina, with president Alberto Fernandez recently confirming that these rules would stay in place until at least 10 May.
However, Rojo has been seen breaking lockdown rules. The Times report that Man Utd boss Solskjaer has been left ‘unimpressed’ after the versatile defender’s brother posted a video on social media of Rojo playing cards around a table and smoking with his friends, seemingly neglecting any rules in place.
His brother quickly deleted the video, but the damage had been done, as Argentinian outlets soon released the video. As a result, United will be speaking to the 30-year-old to remind him of his responsibilities.
This is the second time Rojo has dominated the headlines in just a matter of days, with the defender seen wearing a Boca Juniors shirt on Friday. Furthermore, the picture, taken by his brother, shows him to once again be playing with friends and not abiding by the lockdown rules.
Moreover, to make matters worse for Estudiantes fans, Rojo is not wearing just any Boca Juniors top, but specifically Juan Román Riquelme’s.
Rojo’s loan with his former club Estudiantes is due to expire in the summer, and it is unclear whether he has any future at Old Trafford. Rojo joined United in the summer of 2014, but his time with the club has been impacted by injuries, restricting him to just 122 appearances in total.