Harry Maguire on the verge of returning to Leicester City

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This summer, Harry Maguire might be on the verge of returning to Leicester City.

After dropping down the pecking order at Old Trafford, the Manchester United defender has had a trying season under Erik ten Hag.

Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez are the favoured pairing at the center of the team’s defense, and Maguire has been limited to just 12 starts across all competitions thus far this season.

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The 30-year-old has been declared unnecessary as a result.

The Sun claims that Leicester are eager to loan the star back to the King Power Stadium and are considering doing so.

Manchester United will probably insist on receiving his full salary, but given how well-liked Maguire was while playing for the Foxes, a return might make sense.

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However, a move to Leicester could be contingent on their ability to avoid relegation this season. The Foxes are currently locked in a fight to stay up, and they recently fired manager Brendan Rodgers.

Maguire will be anxious to be a first team regular and play in the Premier League every week next season because he is determined to represent England at Euro 2024.

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Maguire has defended the defender’s performances this season, saying that his positive impact on United is obvious to everyone. The defender has faced criticism for his recent form.

Naturally, I haven’t played as much as I’d want this season, but for my club, I feel like my form has been strong.

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“I understand that people naturally notice when I’m not playing, but when I have, I believe we have won in my past eight or nine starts for Manchester United.

That must be the third week of the season since I can’t recall Manchester United ever losing a game. Hence, my effect still exists.

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