West Ham United had their loan move rejected by Manchester United for their former captain, Harry Maguire.
Manchester United maintain they would not put their player out, but they are ready to listen to any offer from any team.
It was reported that West Ham United are exploring a move for the defender after selling Declan Rice for a fee of £105 million to Arsenal.
Now the Hammers have been dealt a blow after Manchester United rejected their loan offer for the former skipper.
The player’s wages are one of the reasons why West Ham don’t seem ready to sign him on a permanent deal.
Maguire announced on July 16, 2023, that he would be stripped of his captaincy by manager Erik Ten Hag and be replaced with Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
West Ham United, on the other hand, are due to announce another captain after Declan Rice joined Arsenal.
West Ham United manager David Moyes said, “It’s only just happened. Rice left a day or so ago, so we’ve got time to think about it. It will be decided by myself.
‘I think a captain is hugely important. I have had some great boys captain my teams over the years.
‘So we will look closely to see what is the right choice, and we have a bit of time before the season starts and [when] we need to make a decision on that.
‘Players come and go from all clubs, not just our club. I have had it before in the past as well.’
Harry Maguire Height
Harry Maguire’s height is approximately 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm).
Harry Maguire Age
The age of Harry Maguire is thirty. He was born in Sheffield, England, on March 5, 1993. He is a center back for both the England national team and Premier League Club Manchester United. He is an English professional football player.
Before making the transition to the first team in 2011, Maguire was a product of Sheffield United’s development program.
He made 166 games for United and won the club’s Player of the Year award three times in a row. He also frequently appeared in the PFA League One Team of the Year.
He moved to Hull City for £2.5 million in 2014, and in 2015, he was on loan to Wigan Athletic.
For £17 million, Maguire joined Leicester City in 2017.