The deadline day of the summer transfer window is less than a 100 hours away and clubs from all over Europe will make last ditch attempts to sign their transfer targets before the transfer window is shit.
One of the busiest clubs in the transfer market this summer, Manchester United, are one of many clubs who will have a hectic day this Wednesday as the new manager tries to make sure the he has players in his squad only who deserve to be there.
Jose Mourinho has already allowed a number of players to leave the club after getting some of the best player in Europe to Old Trafford and it is understood that he is still trying to offload a couple of players before the end of the summer.
However, one player who might not be making the move this summer is Argentine defender Marcos Rojo.
The 26-year old has not been able to cement a place at Old Trafford since his move to the club and has most of time been used as contingencies.
He was hardly given a chance under Louis van Gaal last season and is yet to make an appearance for the club this season but it is understood that Jose Mourinho has told him that he is not for sale.
According to recent reports, Mourinho has rejected bids from a couple of clubs this week in a bid to try and keep hold of the 26-year old who will be used for contingencies this season.
The likes of Antonio Valencia and Luke Shaw are dominating the flanks at the moment for the Red Devils and it is understood that Rojo may not be stealing a place in the starting XI.
However, with Europa League football also on the cards, Rojo may well get his chance in cup games and if he is able to prove himself, he may well get into the starting XI at the club in the coming months.
Do you think Manchester United should sell Marcos Rojo this summer?