Manchester United completed £85m world-record move for Leicester City defender Harry Maguire this summer and the player is expected to have a positive impact on Solskjaer’s defensive setup this summer.
The England international wasted no time to announce his presence at Old Trafford as he put up a perfect and flawless display in United’s 4-0 victory over Chelsea in their opening fixture last week.
However, the former Hull City man is now having a negative impact at Old Trafford because his presence has reportedly pushed Marco Rojo down the pecking order and Solskjaer is now set to cash-in on his services.
Rojo, who was linked with numerous Premier League clubs before the end of the transfer window in England, has been told that he is surplus to requirements and he’s free to leave as soon as he finds a perfect suitor.
It was claimed that Everton and Crystal Palace were strongly interested in his services but both clubs couldn’t reach agreement with the Red Devils who seemed to be asking too much for the 29-year-old defender.
The Old Trafford outfit hope to pocket £20m from the player’s sale but they are far from achieving their aim as suitors aren’t queuing for him.
Meanwhile, a move to Serie A or Turkish League is not totally out of proportion as The Mirror reported that top Italian and Turkish clubs are keeping close tab on his situation at Old Trafford.
Rojo played just six games in all competitions last season as he was massively affected by injury and loss of form during the campaign.