Marcos Rojo has joined Boca Juniors, putting an end to his Manchester United career.
Rojo joined United after his memorable 2014 World Cup performance with Argentina. Joining for £16 million, Rojo played a total of 26 matches in his first season, 28 in his second and 41 matches in his third season at the club. Following his first three seasons, his number of matches would become less and less, playing a total of 27 matches in his final three seasons.
He joined former club Estudiantes on loan for the second half of last season and upon his return to England, it was clear that there was no place for him at United. During his time in Manchester, the Argentine won a Europa League, an FA Cup, an EFL Cup and a Community Shield.
The 30 year old joins Boca Juniors on a reported three year deal and has already been presented as a player.