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The goal of Man United Harry Maguire will not move in January

The goal of Man United Harry Maguire will not move in January

The goal of Manchester United Harry Maguire will not transfer Old Trafford into the January transfer window, according to Leicester City defender's teammate, Ben Chilwell. Maguire is one of several central defenders who have been linked with United during the summer transfer window – along with Tottenham Hotspur Toby Alderweireld, Jerome Boateng of Bayern Monaco, Diego Godin of Atletico Madrid and Yerry Mina, who eventually joined the team 39; Everton from Barcelona – but the last term of Thursday passed without the presence of Jose Mourinho who added someone in that position. "It's very good to have Harry back," Leicester left-back Chilwell told reporters that he and Maguire played in the Leicester Premier League defeat by 2-1 at Old Trafford. "We all know what Harry is capable of we all know how good he is today and his head could have been everywhere, but he did brilliantly. "He is a Leicester player, he wants to play for Leicester. It made it clear to all of us. He's going to be here all season. "It's going to be good for us, we saw it again tonight, how good a player is, we're all happy he's left." Harry Maguire played for Leicester at Old Trafford after being linked to Manchester United GettySources told ESPN FC that United, who had the second best defensive record in the league last season, was worried about the size quotas quoted by Leicester for Maguire and Tottenham for Alderweireld and decided that both offers did not represent a good quality / price ratio. Woodward and Daniel Levy spoke once during the summer when the president of Tottenham asked the availability of Anthony Martial and Juan Mata – investigations that have both been rejected. Unified, according to sources, also had reservations about the Boateng injury record and offered to borrow the German before Bayern Munich rejected the proposal. Meanwhile, interest in Mina ended when Colombian consultants asked what was described as an "r". "idyllic" rate. The 23-year-old eventually left Barcelona for Everton in a £ 28 million deal on the day of the deadline. A provisional investigation for Diego Godin, 32, only seemed to speed up Uruguay's international contract negotiations with Atletico Madrid. Leave Mourinho to head in the new season with the five central defenders already at his disposal – Eric Bailly, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof and Marcos Rojo. Information from ESPN's Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson were used in this report
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