Harry Maguire sends a message to coach Erick Ten Hag stating he is not going to sit idle and “play once a month”.
Since he was stripped of the club captaincy this summer, Maguire has started only one match PL match this season as Man Uibted grabbed a crucial comeback win over Brentford.
Speaking to the media ahead of England’s games with Australia and Italy, Maguire said: “I’m not going to sit here [at Old Trafford] all my life and play once a month.”
“If it carries on then myself and the club will have a chat about things. I’m focused on England and the two big games.
“I’m focused on helping the [Manchester United] team climb up the league. I have belief in my ability and what I have done in my career.
The 30-year-old centerback added: “It’s been tough, I want to play games and I want to feel important to the club and the rest of the team. I haven’t been playing as much as I would like.
“It’s not my decision if I start the next game or not. When I go back in a couple of weeks we’ll find out.
Maguire concluded by saying: “If you look back at my last 20 starts for club and country I’m really happy with my performances.”
“I am not going play once a month,” Maguire sends a message to Ten Hag. SoccerDew.
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