Manchester United head coach, Jose Mourinho, has reportedly pegged down two players he would show the exit door in January.
The Telegraph UK reports that the Portuguese has named Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly as those he will offset in order to allow him to reinforce his defense.
It would be recalled that the ‘Special One’ identified the like of Jerome Boateng, Yerry Mina, Harry Maguire, Diego Godin and Toby Alderweireld as his major targets during the summer transfer window but the club authorities did not pursue any one of them.
While Rojo has not featured in Mourinho’s first-team squad this season, Bailly has only played five times for the English giants.
The defense of the club has been very porous since the beginning of the season making them concede 21goals in 12 Premier League encounters so far.