‘I don’t want to leave Manchester United’ To compete in Euro 2024… “We have to accept a cut in wages.”
Will Manchester United’s Harry Maguire (30) leave the team this summer?
The British media’Daily Mail’ reported on the 28th (Korean time) that “Maguire may have to leave Manchester United to achieve his Euro 2024 dream.”
“Maguire is not getting the trust of manager Erik Ten Haag. He is increasingly fearful that he may have to leave Manchester United,” he added.
It also said,크크크벳 “Even though Maguire has been pushed out of the competition this season, he wants to fight to keep his place.”
But Maguire’s goal is clear. He is competing in Euro 2024. He has to get regular playing time for this. The media said, “Lack of playing time could reduce the opportunity to start for England’s national team led by manager Gareth Southgate. Maguire is concerned about this.”
Maguire is a center back recruited by Manchester United for a transfer fee of 80 million pounds (approximately 134.8 billion won) four years ago. He was entrusted with the duty of Manchester United’s defensive ace as the main center back of the England national team.
However, it fell far short of his expectations. His frequent mistakes were the cause of conceding points, and he had many injuries. After the appointment of manager Ten Hagh, he was pushed back even in the main competition.
Maguire has appeared in a total of 28 games this season. He started only 7 of 13 Premier League matches. He is not getting his chance, behind Rafael Varane and Lisandro Martinez. It’s safe to say that he has little influence on the team.
That is why he may decide to transfer for more opportunities. In particular, his contract ends in June 2025. The stage to begin discussions on contract renewal and transfer has arrived.
‘Daily Mail’ said, “Maguire attracted the attention of West Ham, Inter Milan and AS Roma in the transfer market in January. said.
“Manchester United do not want to sell Maguire, but are close to the Premier League spending limit. With only two years left on his contract, it may be appropriate to secure cash this summer.”