Manchester United defender has his say on reportedly strained relationship with manager

Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal isn’t believed to be all that fond of South American players, and there always seems to be rumours that the gaffer doesn’t get on with the likes of Marcos Rojo the Spanish contingent, due to their style of play.

Marcos Rojo has had his say on the situation, and claimed that his relationship with Louis van Gaal is normal, as it is for all the players at the club.

“It is normal, as with any other coach.” Rojo began. “I don’t ask him why he includes me in a game when I play so I don’t have any right in asking him why when I don’t play.”

“Van Gaal decides who plays by what he sees during the week and chooses the players that he sees in the best condition.”

Its great to see Rojo quash these rumours at the source before they truly build up a head of steam – as it allows him to concentrate solely on his football, which he is doing a very good job of at this moment in time.

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