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Maguire’s not dead!…7 Big League Teams ‘Love Calls’ from ‘Italy’s Big Three’ and More

He’s destined for a move away from Manchester United스포츠토토, but he’s still in demand.

Manchester United center back Harry Maguire is being courted by several big clubs, according to claims. According to Dean Jones, who reports on the transfer market for GiveMeSports, there are seven big clubs that want Maguire.

In Italy, all of the so-called “big three” want him. That means Inter Milan, Juventus, and AC Milan are all interested in signing Maguire. Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma have also been linked with a move for Maguire.

In Italy, former United center back Chris Smalling has proven to be a top-notch defender in Serie A at AS Roma, so there is a move to snap up defenders who have fallen a bit behind in the Premier League. Maguire was born in May 1993 and just turned 30, so he should have a few years left in him.

In addition, Jones claims that Newcastle United, who are in need of reinforcements after reaching the UEFA Champions League knockout stages for the first time in 21 years next season, are also keeping an eye on Maguire.

London-based West Ham United, who narrowly stayed in the Premier League, and Sheffield United, who were promoted to the Premier League after finishing second in the Championship this season, are also said to be interested in Maguire.

In addition, his hometown club Leicester City could also bring Maguire back on loan if they succeed in staying in the Premier League.

Maguire captained United this season, but a decline in form led to him being dropped by Eric Mourinho. He has started just 15 of United’s 37 Premier League games, including just seven starts.

However, his place in the England squad remains strong, and he started all five matches at last year’s World Cup in Qatar, playing full time in four of them.

British media are reporting that United are looking to fill Maguire’s vacant spot with Kim Min-Jae.

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