Argentine defender Marco Rojo has revealed that he has no regrets over leaving Manchester United in the summer.
Rojo was one of the players United wanted to scrap off their wage bill and there was an agreement between the player and the club last February with United proceeding to sign Raphael Varane as his replacement.
Taking to Instagram to celebrate his one-year anniversary since joining Boca Juniors, the defender noted: “A day like today but a year ago I arrived at Boca Juniors.
“Personally, I assumed a huge challenge, knowing the responsibility and commitment that wearing those colors meant! Today I can say that I made the right decision. And there are still many more to come!”
📄 “Un día como hoy pero hace un año atrás llegaba a #Boca. En lo personal asumía un enorme desafío, sabiendo de la responsabilidad y el compromiso que significaba vestir estos colores! Hoy puedo decir que tomé la decisión correcta… Y aún falta mucho más!”
✍️ Marcos Rojo pic.twitter.com/voIOMSWlDc
— Boquita de mi vida (@Vidaboquitaok) February 2, 2022
Before his return to Boca, Rojo had not been making appearances for United so he was sent on loan to Estudiantes where he played just one match but was able to shake off those injuries and become a first-team regular for the Argentine outfit.
Rojo who won the FA Cup, League Cup, and the Europa League with United has gone to make 30 appearances for Boca Juniors.