Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo reportedly has no interest in leaving the Old Trafford club. The 26-year-old Argentine, who joined United in 2014, has been linked with a move from the Reds since the arrival of new boss Jose Mourinho.

But according to Sky Sports, the former Sporting Lisbon player is determined to remain with the Premier League giants and fight for his place under Mourinho. Reports have claimed Rojo had recently been offered a money-spinning contract offer from a side in the Chinese Super League.

Rojo - who faces increased competition at United this season thanks to the arrival of Eric Bailly - is intent on enjoying a good season in Manchester and proving his worth for the club.

However, his future is thought to be under threat as Mourinho looks to overhaul the club's much-maligned squad. Allied to Mourinho's transfer plans, United have also welcomed defender Luke Shaw back into the first-team fold following the serious leg injury he suffered in last season's Champions League.

Other players linked with moves away from United since Mourinho's arrival include midfielder Juan Mata and World Cup-winning German Bastian Schweinsteiger, who is reported to be currently training with the club's reserve team players. Schweinsteiger, 32, joined United before the start of last season, but has since failed to match fans' expectations.