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Man Utd happy to give Harry Maguire £10m pay-off as clubs refuse to his wages



HARRY MAGUIRE is allegedly set to get a £10million pay-off from Manchester United to leave the club this summer.

The Red Devils captain, 30, had already suffered a dip in form before the arrival of Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford last summer.

But the England international’s struggles continued at the start of this season and now he has found himself regularly warming the bench.

Despite being linked with a transfer switch to both Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain, exclusively revealed by Sun Sport, the defender has been adamant that he is happy at United.

However, Saturday’s FA Cup Final with Manchester City is reportedly “likely to be Maguire’s last game as a United”, according to the Daily Mail.


The centre-back was signed from Leicester City for £85m back in 2019.

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Now his value is around the £30m mark as he only has two years remaining on his contract and due to his age.

This fresh report states that he pockets around £190,000-a-week at United.

And he could only expect to earn around half of that figure at any potential new club.

That would, therefore, leave United “to foot a £10m wage bill to get him off their books”.


Maguire has only started 16 out of United’s 61 games in all competitions this season under Ten Hag.

Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane have been first-choice for the majority of the campaign, while Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw, who is traditionally left-back, have also been preferred centrally over Maguire.


Ten Hag already admitted on Monday that “no-one would be happy with this situation – he is not as well” when quizzed on Maguire.

He says that it is up to the ex-Sheffield United man to make a decision about his future.

And this report added that sources have informed them that Maguire is not being forced out of the Theatre of Dreams despite transfer speculation mounting.

Source: The Sun

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