Marcos Rojo could be back in three weeks, not six months

After Marcos Rojo’s initial injury prognosis ruled him out of action for around three months, we’ve received some better news on the injury front for a change. According to the usually reliable Guardian newspaper, Rojo could miss as little as two to three games with the shoulder injury – claims the father of the defender.

The best possible scenario is that Rojo returns for the away trip to Arsenal on November 22nd,  in what is likely to be another stern test of Louis van Gaal’s new look Manchester United side.

Rojo picked up the injury in the derby, and if surgery was required he would almost certainly be out of action until the new year, but the injury is much less severe than worse feared, meaning he’ll miss the game against Crystal Palace, and could return after the international break.

Rojo’s father said:

“It is not too severe. He will miss two or three games.”

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