Harry Maguire is certain that this season, he will “play lots of games” for his team
The center-back was widely anticipated to leave Old Trafford during the summer after losing the captaincy as a result of his troubles in the 2021–22 season.
Manchester United accepted a bid for the defender from West Ham United that was reportedly in the neighborhood of £30 million, but the player chose to stay at Old Trafford.
The 30-year-old has only participated in one club match this year, coming on as a substitute against Arsenal prior to the break after Lisandro Martinez was forced off due to injury.
Raphael Varane is still sidelined, and Martinez is dealing with a foot issue, which could mean that Maguire starts alongside Victor Lindelof in the heart of the defense against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.
The Three Lions head coach jumped to the defender’s defense following the game, criticizing the continued criticism of the former Sheffield United teenager. The defender scored an own goal during England’s 3-1 victory against Scotland on Tuesday.
Maguire is sure that he will “play lots of games” for the 20-time English champions this season despite the fact that his club future is still unknown.
According to Maguire, “I know the story comes to me when I haven’t started a game in the first four games of the season.”
“I played in all five games to help us get to where we are in qualifying, and I ended off last season with two very impressive performances for England, so I need to keep playing when I get picked. I want to play games and play football at club football.The manager didn’t pick me, so the first four weeks were challenging, but now that we have a lot of games coming up, I know I will play a lot of games.
Additionally, despite some Scotland supporters making fun of him during the international friendly, Maguire stated that he can manage the response from the opposition supporters.
It essentially removes all responsibility from my teammates and places it on me, he claimed. “They definitely play better because of it. Coming to Scotland is a harsh climate with some friendly banter.
“We anticipated going here that it would be hostile because of how they disrespect the national anthem, and I received the majority of it in the second half. Don’t worry about that; I’m pleased to accept that.
Maguire has played in four of his previous five matches for England, but Man United is about to enter a busy stretch of games, which might give the defender a chance to break into the new season.