Photo: Man United’s Marcos Rojo takes mind off injury with dinner

Marcos Rojo enjoys dinner with his partner and two friends on Wednesday night

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo enjoys dinner Photo: Marcos Rojo/Instagram

Marcos Rojo isn’t expected to feature for Manchester United until next month after the centre-half suffered a dislocated shoulder in the derby.

The Argentina international didn’t require surgery on his shoulder, but the £16m signing is still a few weeks away from making a return to action.

And the 24-year-old took his mind off his current injury woes after he went for dinner with his Eugenia Lusardo and two friends on Wednesday night.

“Finishing dinner with vague @ tatoacevedo11 germanpoggio and my eugelusardo loves and who hid more !!” Rojo wrote on Instagram.

Earlier this week, Rojo gave United supporters an update on his fitness status after his injury during the 1-0 defeat by Manchester City.

“The truth is I am very happy because I ended up not having surgery of the shoulder, but yes, I work hard to strengthen the affected area,” Rojo told Telam.

“For now I will not be able to return to play for another three or four weeks.”

Rojo has made seven Premier League appearances following the defender’s £16m move to United from Sporting Lisbon in the summer.

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