Twist: “Fantastic” Man United ace could remain at Old Trafford; he’s keen to stay

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Harry Maguire, a defender for Manchester United, may now stay at Old Trafford this summer if the team does not receive a good offer, according to a recent Football Insider report. The player himself is eager to stay.

Does Harry Maguire intend to leave Manchester United?
Maguire will leave Manchester United this summer, according to transfer insider Dean Jones, who recently spoke with GiveMeSport, despite the fact that he has played in some of the team’s friendlies.

Harry Maguire is starting preseason games, and the season won’t officially begin for another couple of weeks, so as things stand, he will be part of the starting lineup. Will that still be true? I have my reservations.

Even if Maguire is still a United player when the season begins, he won’t be there by the beginning of September, according to the inquiries they are receiving.

Alex Crook, a journalist, has heard conflicting reports, and he recently asserted that Erik ten Hag is “content” for the defender to remain after informing the player of his position.

The manager says the Englishman “has still got a job to do” at Old Trafford, which suggests he may be set to stay with the Red Devils.


The 30-year-old is thought to be eager to remain at Man United past this summer and is prepared to fight for a spot in the starting XI, which could make a deal difficult for any interested clubs, according to a report from Football Insider.

West Ham United already had a £20 million offer for the England international rejected by United, who are willing to let him go for a fair price but are unwilling to force him to leave this summer.

The sale of the former Leicester City player and Scott McTominay would make room for new additions, and Ten Hag is eager to expand his midfield options, but he is not currently putting any pressure on them to leave.

What does Harry Maguire make each week?
The centre-back is among Old Trafford’s top ten earners with a current weekly salary of £190,000. His sale would reduce the club’s wage bill significantly.

Given that Ten Hag’s former captain was hailed as “fantastic” by David de Gea back in February, it is understandable why Ten Hag would want to hold on to him. However, if a reasonable fee is offered, he should definitely fire him.

In spite of having significantly slipped down the pecking order, the Sheffield-born defender made just 16 Premier League appearances last season and frequently underwhelmed when given the chance to play.

Rightfully, United supporters lamented the role the 6 foot 4 defender played in their Europa League elimination at the hands of Sevilla. In a game where he only received a Sofascore rating of 6.3, the defender made a mistake that resulted in a goal in the second leg.

West Ham’s offer of £20 million for Maguire, a seasoned England international, is way too low given his experience, but Man United should let him leave this summer for the right sum.

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