Manchester – Manchester United can breathe sigh of relief after Marcos Rojo work visas issued by the British government. This means that the Argentine defender can play in the game against QPR, September 14 next.
Rojo MU purchased last month at a price of 16 million pounds from Sporting Lisbon. Unfortunately, unlike Angel Di Maria who immediately got work visa, should Rojo melewari fairly complicated process.
Even last week the 24-year-old defender had to fly to Madrid to take care of his visa. Apparently, the British government should examine the detail records Rojo living in the past.
“The Immigration UK has agreed to provide visas Marcos Rojo. So he could play against QPR on 14 September,” the official statement of MU.
“Rojo moved to Old Trafford since Aug. 20. Yet all visas requirements associated with making the 24-year-old defender could not live debut.”
MU also describes the process of visa Di Maria is not complicated so it can directly play last weekend. “Di Maria already has an Italian passport because one of the parents came from that country. Visa matters So do not be delayed.”