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Harry Maguire could be used as a TRADE for this player

By Harry Smith

Harry Maguire could be used as a TRADE for this player

Harry Maguire is playing his third season with the Red Devils. 

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The transfer window has closed this summer for Man Utd, that does not mean that the club is not evaluating options with their current squad, every day they plan what to do with their players, the case of Maguire is another one that is being discussed from the offices of Old Trafford.

 

The central defender played the last few seasons as a starter, something that has not happened with Erik ten Hag, he does not give him the confidence when the duo of Varane and Lisandro has been positive for him. Even before the start of the current season he was looking at options for the English player, and by chance the Dutch coach has not been convinced by Harry.

 

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Chelsea knocked on the door to enquire about the 29-year-old defender, Manchester United's board were interested in enquiring about 23-year-old American midfielder Christian Pulisic. The two sides were reportedly unable to reach an agreement in the last few days of the transfer window, but the interest is still there.

 

The situation could take place this winter transfer window, as Pulisic had already sought his exit due to the tense situation he experienced under Thomas Tuchel. He has not been a regular starter since the start of the season, and with Graham Potter in control of Chelsea, he could be interested in this trade which has yet to be completed.

 

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Erik ten Hag will evaluate his attacking options in the coming months, and if he is not impressed by the attackers he will urgently look for an offensive player, this trade is still on the table for both managers, in addition, both sides would benefit from the players they would receive in exchange. There is no doubt that no team would be disadvantaged.

 

 

 


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