It looks like the Marcos Rojo saga could be dragged for a while more.

Even though Estudiantes de La Plata are working hard to keep the Manchester United player, the local media doesn’t expect an ending to these negotiations very soon.

Outlet El Dia writes today that there’s a chance the Argentine side could sign the defender on another loan deal, perhaps on a six-month spell once again.

However, Estudiantes must wait at least until the end of July so they can have a clearer picture to see if the transfer will be possible or not.

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For months, the Argentine media have insisted that Manchester United are more interested in selling Rojo, especially because his contract with the club expires next summer.

But it’s also been said that Estudiantes have no condition of buying the player, and that’s why they insist on a new loan.

The 31-year-old’s contract with the South American club expired last week, so he’s waiting for Manchester United to sort his future.