West Ham have officially stopped bids for Harry Maguire after the club’s adamant attitude toward letting the player go.
United told the defender that he would not be leaving the club this summer transfer window. However, the club has made a U-turn from their previous decision to sell him.
The West Londoners decided to leave the race for the English Man after trying consecutively but getting no green light from United.
After we signed Dinos Mavropanos when the initial bid collapsed earlier this month,
Coach Erik Ten Hag recommended to the director of football, John Murtough,that Harry should be sold earlier this summer, with West Ham appearing as the best destination.
A £30m deal was previously agreed by the club, only to breakdown due to Maguire’s demand for an extra £7m payoff.
TO make up for the shortfall in his salary if he eventually moves to the west London side due to a reduction in wage.
And has endured what is rather an impressive turnout of his career at Old Trafford, leading to the stripping of his captaincy position last month.
He has yet to feature in the Ten Halves squad this season, though he was on the bench in United’s win over Nottingham Forest last Saturday.
The value of the defender has overtime increased; however, given the injury blow of Raphael Varane in the team currently,
which he picked up in their last match, aided the club’s decision to stop him from leaving yet.
In conclusion, United, who are still very interested in the transfer market, are looking for the opportunity to sign a left back before the Friday deadline for transfers elapses as cover for Tyrell Malacia and Luke Shaw.
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