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Marcos Rojo has revealed he won't make a decision on a move to Liverpool, Chelsea or Manchester United before the end of the month.
Rojo is enjoying a well-earned holiday after helping guide Argentina to the World Cup final.
The 24-year-old's impressive performances in Brazil caught the eye of suitors from around Europe with Liverpool, Chelsea and United all linked.
But the player insists that for the time being he remains a Sporting Lisbon player, and will not contemplate a move until he returns for pre-season training.
He told an Argentine radio station: "We still do not know what my future will be.
"For now I intend to return to Sporting on the 30th [of July], and then we'll see."It is a matter for the club and my representatives. I'm cool."
Earlier this month the player's agent Carlos Goncalves said: "The best players are usually involved in the World Cup.
"When someone shines on a stage like that it is natural to attract attention.
"Fortunately things are going well for him."
It is thought that a bid in the region of £12m would be enough to get Sporting to part with Rojo, who can play as both a centre-back and left-back.
Source: Daily Express
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