Manchester United loanee Marcos Rojo has been caught breaking quarantine again.
This time, it’s Argentine outlet 0221 who published a video of the player walking with friends and carrying paddle rackets. It was a neighbour who filmed the scene.
The group was seen entering a country house called Centro Literario Israelita y Biblioteca Max Nordau, and allegedly used their paddle-ball court.
The report shared the exact location where Rojo was seen, and even got a response from Centro Israelita. They’ve been told: “We know that this is not allowed, and we even formally offered this space and our headquarters to the Municipality to use it for health care.”
— 0221 (@0221comar) June 5, 2020
This isn’t the first time Marcos Rojo has been seen breaking quarantine. Last month, his brother shared a video on Instagram where the player could be seen smoking and playing cards with friends.
The defender’s loan spell at Estudiantes de La Plata expires at the end of the month. The Argentine side have been claiming that they want the deal to be extended, but it should all depend on Manchester United, who have Rojo on a contract until 2021.