Maguire has won 48 caps for England and has been a mainstay under Southgate’s regime. But his inclusion in the World Cup squad was derided, especially in the absence of top performers like Fikayo Tomori and Chris Smalling.
It would not be an understatement to say the former Hull City and Leicester City star is fighting for his United career, with Den Haag reportedly ready to finance the next phase of his Old Trafford rebuild. The Qatar World Cup looks to be make or break for England, Southgate and Maguire.
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