- Marcos Rojo limped off for United's Under-23s game on Friday on his return from injury
- The 28-year-old Rojo looked worried as he walked off the pitch
- Rojo may spend more time on the sidelines as he battles back from injury
Argentina star Marcos Rojo has suffered another injury scare for Manchester United after limping off during Friday’s Under-23s clash with Reading.
UK Sun reports that the 28-year-old defence ace, who has not featured for the Red Devils this campaign, has now handed club’s boss Jose Mourinho another worry after failing to complete the Premier League 2 fixture on Friday.
At the last count, Rojo is struggling for fitness since injuring himself, at the summer World Cup in Russia.
United boss Mourinho was eager to bring in more addition during the last transfer window but that did not see the light of the day.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager is reported to be looking forward to Rojo’s return to further boost the Red Devils squad with the pair of Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof not convincing for the Old Trafford dwellers this campaign.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that embattled Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho lead his players with a smile as they entered Manchester Piccadilly station to catch a train south to Watford.
The Red Devils will be hoping to build on their away victory at Burnley earlier this month having lost their second and third EPL encounters.
His side's defeats to Tottenham and Brighton means that this United's poorest start in the league in over two decades.
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