It has been rumored that Marcos Rojo could be the first player to leave Manchester United under new interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in this winter transfer window.
The Red Devils are reported to be willing to let him leave in order to free up space for other players to join the club.
The central defender has not been too fantastic which is the reason why former manager Jose Mourinho insisted that the defense was the problem of the club.
This fact by the former boss has been widely accepted, even by the new interim boss and that is why the club is all out for new central defenders but there must be some departures for others to be able to come in.
Manager Ole Gunnar only took over from the Portuguese manager in December and has been able to turn things around immediately by winning all of the six games he has taken charge of, including the latest against Tottenham.
The former player is also bent to strengthen the team and has been informed that he has some financial backing to be able to execute some additions in this winter window.
United now have big hope of a Champions League qualification for next season as they are now sixth place with the same point as fifth-place Arsenal.