Harry Maguire keen to leave Man United, wanted by European giants

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Manchester United defender Harry Maguire is reportedly growing tired of the criticism from his own fans and is open to leaving Old Trafford.

That’s according to a recent report from Fichajes, who claims the Red Devils’ captain is fed up with life in Manchester and could become subject to a surprise approach from La Liga giants Barcelona.

Since joining United from Leicester City in 2019 in a deal worth a staggering £80m, Maguire, who was named the side’s captain by former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has gone on to feature in 142 matches, in all competitions.

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However, following a prolonged period of poor form, the England international has become the subject of a lot of criticism from fans and pundits alike.

Harry Maguire in action for Manchester United.

Seemingly keen to start afresh, reports in Spain claim the experienced centre-back is wanted by Xavi but may not be signed as a first-team starter, especially considering the Catalan giants have the likes of Araujo and Pique among their ranks.

What do you think the future has in store for Maguire? – Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Just let him go his career is going down hill now but if they can get a good price all the better

  2. Just like all the other players at the club he never really settled down in a stable and focused surroundings with too many managerial changes ,,, he’s being singled out for too much of the blame ,, he’s talented no doubt but did lose confidence and at the end of the day it’s up to him to regain it really,, change of club or manager won’t do it.

  3. He was never good enough…. another over priced, overated British player. Let him go. He does not belong in the PL!

  4. This has to be fake news. There is no way Barcelona or any top team are in the market for a fumbling centre-back. The reality of this sad situation is that Maguire will most likely run down his contract and end up at a mid-table EPL outfit in his early thirties.If he had any dignity left by then, he will go back to Sheffield Utd and play there until he retires. That seems like a more realistic scenario.

  5. If it’s true that he’s keen,we the fans,are more keener,if am permitted to use that word.Physically he does not look like a footballer,he’s just fortunate to find himself in that field.

  6. “Sports Journalism” – aka re-telling nonsense that somebody else made up until it snowballs and gets taken seriously.

  7. Has he played like someone worth £80m? Absolutely not. Has he played like a captain, like the leader of the team? Absolutely not. Has he even played like the leader of the back line? Absolutely not. Does he look like someone you can build around to bring the team back from the dregs? Absolutely not. So, to answer the question – is his future with United? Absolutely not.

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