Solskjaer confirms Rojo is STAYING at Man Utd but Darmian could join Smalling by leaving as defender flies to Roma for loan transfer

OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER has confirmed Marco Rojo is STAYING at Manchester United – but Matteo Darmian could join Chris Smalling in leaving.

The Old Trafford boss has revealed he wants to keep the versatile Argentine defender but doesn’t see a future for Darmian.

The Italian is now third in the right-back pecking order behind £50million new-boy Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot, with Solskjaer revealing there is interest from Serie A.

Solskjaer revealed: “Darmian and Rojo leaving? I can see maybe Matteo. There has been some interest in Matteo over in Italy.

“Marcos, he’s staying definitely. We’ve got a squad now that’s less in numbers, but still big enough and strong enough to have coverage in all positions.”

Dalot could become the second United player in the last two days to agree to a move to Italy.

Smalling is close to sealing his season-long loan move to Roma after flying to the Italian capital after agreeing terms on Thursday.




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