After the arrival of Luis Suarez last week, coach Tata Martino turned to supplementing the Inter Miami defense.
The Argentine strategist personally called compatriot Marcos Rojo to convince him to move to the US to play football.
However, the former MU midfielder, currently playing for Boca Juniors, rejected the transfer offer.
Marca newspaper said that Rojo wants to keep his promise to current Boca head coach Juan Roman Riquelme that he will stay and serve until his contract expires in 2025.
At the age of 33, Marcos Rojo is best remembered for his 7 years playing for the Manchester Red Devils.
At Old Trafford, the Argentine played 122 matches, scored 2 goals and won the FA Cup, Carabao Cup and Europa League titles.
After playing for Estudiantes on loan, in 2021, Marcos Rojo returned to Boca Juniors and has remained with him until now.
By ignoring the invitation from coach Martino, Marcos Rojo will also not have the opportunity to play with his former Argentina teammate Lionel Messi.