Home
Prediction League
Fixtures
Results
News
Features
Premier League
EPL Home
Latest
Clubs
Stadiums
Friends
Blogs
Football League
World Cup 2014
Europe
Euro Football Home
Latest
Russian Premier
Bundesliga
Ligue 1
La Liga
Football Italiano
International
International Home
Latest
World Cup 2010
Euro 2012 Stadiums
Euro 2012
Denmark 2011
AFCON 2013
Betting
About Us
Advertising
Write for us
Privacy
Recruitment
newswriter
Twitter
Contact Us
 
 

Rojo debut held up by legal case


Bookmark and Share

By Stephen Donovan

Sunday 31 August 2014

New Manchester United signing Marcos Rojo is still unable to make his debut for the club as he is yet to receive the required working visa, BBC Sport has reported.


Marcos Rojo


The 24-year-old signed for the Red Devils in a £16m deal on August 19, but has not taken part in any of the club’s three games since due to legal reasons, with a criminal investigation into an alleged row with a neighbour in Argentina back in 2010 still ongoing, with Rojo’s lawyer stating that he was awaiting trial.


However, he was confident that a settlement could be reached to ensure that Rojo is able to receive clearance to play in Man Utd’s next Premier League game against Queens Park Rangers on September 14. It had previously been believed that third-party ownership issues were the reason for the delay.


When asked about the situation, United boss Louis van Gaal said: "It's only a matter of time. I'm manager of the biggest club in the world, but I can't change the law."


See what the expert tipsters at OLBG are tipping on Leicester v Arsenal



Related Articles


» 

Benteke close to Aston Villa return

» 

Stoke boss Hughes hints at new Crouch contract

» 

Get your Premier League tickets with World Ticket Shop

» 

Winners and Losers: Ulloa leading the way for Leicester

» 

Mata in apology for Man Utd loss

» 

Looking for a job in football? Submit your CV now

» 

Arsenal’s Debuchy ruled out for three months

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

Name

Email Address *

Comments


Please enter code on left.


Terms & Conditions

* A valid email is required to submit a comment. Your email will not be displayed on this or any other website, nor will it be passed to any 3rd parties. For more information please see the terms and conditions.



0 Comments


No Comments have been posted yet


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

Premier League Football News


ArsenalAston VillaChelseaEvertonFulhamLiverpoolManchester CityManchester UtdNewcastle UtdNorwich City
ReadingQueens Park RangersSouthamptonStoke CitySunderlandSwansea CityTottenham HotspurWest Bromwich AlbionWest HamWigan Athletic

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
  
 

 
 
 
 

Kick Football News