Manchester United target Harry Maguire for £50m

Kristopher Nichols
July 24, 2018

Harry Maguire has left the door open for a move to Manchester United this summer by admitting that "everyone wants to play at the top".

Having returned to England following his World Cup run in Russian Federation, the player sat down for an interview with The Sun and claimed that he wants to play football at the highest level while insisting that he is happy at Leicester and the club has been treating him well.

Jose Mourinho has signed three new players so far during the summer window with goalkeeper Lee Grant, right-back Diogo Dalot and midfielder Fred all arriving in recent weeks but the United boss knows he needs to further strengthen in order to compete with Manchester City next season.

Maguire has emerged as a target with the Daily Mail claiming Mourinho has shown a keen interest in the Leicester defender and United are ready to launch a £65m bid to lure him to Old Trafford.

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Maguire only joined the Foxes previous year from Hull City for a fee of £17m, but having shone for Gareth Southgate's England at the World Cup in Russian Federation then he has launched himself on to the world stage as one of the elite defenders in the game, and he could now be on his way to the Red Devils in a monster deal.

Maguire has forged a reputation as one of the Premier League's best ball-playing defenders during his time at Hull and Leicester.

"Every player wants to play at the highest level", he told The Sun. They also say that the fee could be as much as £65 million. "It was something that I really thrived off".

"I would like to play against Leicester on Sunday but I have to play on Friday, so you don't get always in life what you want".

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