Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly set to see another one of their stars leave the club in the coming days.
Although the transfer window is closed for English teams, they are still able to sell and loan players to others in leagues across the world.
According to Turkish newspaper Fanatik, the Red Devils have been approached by Fenerbahce about Argentina international Marcos Rojo's availability.
The 2017/18 Super Lig runners-up are said to be hoping to agree a loan move for the South American defender, who seems to have fallen out of favour at the Manchester club.
Rojo is believed to now be behind Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Eric Lindelof in the defensive pecking order, and is seemingly unlikely to get much game time this season.
Manager Jose Mourinho is also said to be looking for a new centre-back, and if he signs one in January, the Argentine would undoubtedly spend even less time on the pitch.
The 28-year-old has made 107 appearances for the Red Devils since his arrival at Old Trafford in 2014, scoring two goals and assisting a further four strikes.
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