Footage of Harry Maguire’s training regime at a private training camp in Portugal has surfaced, capturing the attention of many fans who are impressed with his progress ahead of the upcoming season.
The 30-year-old defender, who had limited Premier League starts last season, has been engaging in an intense training program led by former Chelsea center-back Ricardo Carvalho.
Maguire has dedicated himself to three training sessions per day over the past three weeks in an effort to revive his career at Manchester United.
Despite speculation surrounding his future, he is determined to remain at Old Trafford and compete for his place in the team.
Maguire’s hard work in Portugal demonstrates his commitment and desire to make a statement in the coming months, showcasing his determination to bounce back and perform at his best.
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Talks around Maguire’s future continue to swirl but according to theManchester Evening News, United have valued the defender at £50 million – a figure that is “highly unlikely” to be offered by a club.
Here’s how social media reacted to the above footage.
One said: “Greatest comeback in football history incoming,” while another wrote: “Would love nothing more than for him to properly re-establish himself.”
A third wrote: “Toxic Man Utd fans will be annoyed at this but how can you hate someone for putting their head down and working hard to get back into the team? No toxic interviews. No bitching in the press. No stinky attitude Just straight grind. Head down, grind on. Respect.”
A fourth said: “Nice to see that he’s working hard to improve. Last year we seen Wan-Bissaka improve immensely and deservedly fight his way back into the team. So let’s see how this man does.”
A fifth added: “All the hatred this man gets, he puts everything into his club and country. He may have been off form last year, which is why ETH dropped him, but he hasn’t given up. Hopefully, he will be a monster at the back this season or next.”
A number of clubs have been linked with a move for Maguire this summer, including Spurs, who have contacted Manchester United over a potential transfer.
TheDaily Mailclaim the North London club, now managed by Ange Postecoglou, ‘made checks’ on the defender’s current situation ahead of a possible bid.
The report added that Postecoglou will play a key role in recruitment this summer.
Do you think Erik ten Hag should give the centre-back another chance to impress this season?