The two Argentinian players are set to leave Manchester United after been deemed surplus to use at Old Trafford.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that Sergio Romero and Marcos Rojo are set to leave Manchester United. The two players have found limited game time since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the coach.

Both Romero and Rojo are not in the manager’s plans, and Solsjaer has confirmed that their contracts will not be renewed upon expiry. The two players are not in his plans.

“Both of them have contracts until the summer and they’re not going to be extended,” Solskjaer told news reporters.

“We’re looking for them to find clubs. Marcos has been given time to go home, so he’s still in Argentina.  

“Sergio has been back home as well to see his family but they’re pros, working hard and ready if they call in for us. Marcos will have to travel and do the quarantine before.”

Last season Romero was the back-up goalkeeper as well as the cup goalkeeper, but he has since lost his position to the fast-rising Dean Henderson this season. Romero has not featured for Manchester United this season, and there have been rumors on his future at the club. He is 33 years old, and he has been strongly linked with a move to MLS side Inter Miami. He could potentially team up with Gonzalo Higuain at the club.

Marcos Rojo has also not featured for Manchester United due to the stiff competition at the back line. Last season he spent the better part at Estudiantes in Argentina, where he had been loaned. Seria A side Lazio are keen on the defender, who is only 30 years old.