Manchester United are close to getting Maguire back

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Wednesday October 13, 2021

06:37 PM

Manchester United defender Harry Maguire expects to return to the team in the near future.

Maguire missed United’s last two matches due to a calf injury and was also not available in England’s matches against Andorra and Hungary in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers during the recent international break.

And the British news agency (BA Media) reported today, Wednesday, that Maguire is scheduled to miss Manchester United against his former team, Leicester City, in the English Premier League next Saturday, but he hopes to return to training soon.

“I’m still not training with the team yet, but I’m improving, and I’m progressing as I should,” Maguire, 28, told the official Manchester United website.

“It’s obviously a disappointing injury to me, but I’m moving forward and I’ll be back on the court soon,” Maguire added.

United will miss the services of its two main defenders in the coming period, as Frenchman Raphael Varane suffers from a thigh problem while with his country during the recent international break, and is expected to be out of action for a few weeks.

In a related context, Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones trained regularly throughout the international calendar, after recovering from the injury that caused them to be absent for a long time, and they are now able to participate in the Leicester match at King Power Stadium.

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