Tottenham, could explore a move for Harry Maguire with Ange Postecoglou eying leadership and experience for his backline.

Fichajes linked Tottenham with a move for Harry Maguire in the summer. The Manchester United star could leave the club should he be handed a diminished role, as Ange Postecoglou eyes someone with leadership qualities and massive experience in the Premier League.

Tottenham keen on Harry Maguire?

Tottenham will enter the new window and would love to bring in a new central defender. Many have suggested. A left-footed star may be what Ange Postercoglou requires as cover for Micky van de Ven, although the Australian boss could have another plan that fits the bill.

Postecoglou wants to add a new defender with leadership qualities and one who brings massive experience. Considering their choices at the back, Spurs severely need to improve, with all their defenders relatively young for centre-backs. Hence, the choice of angling a move for Maguire would make sense from many angles.

Tottenham will also stay mindful of their spending on a new defender. However, should they enter the race for Maguire, Manchester United might start demanding a different price than they did previously. The £190,000-a-week star, who has one year left on his deal with the option of another, will not come cheap should Spurs go into the equation.

Moreover, current manager Erik ten Hag has been selecting the England international regularly this season after sidelining him in the previous campaign. While Maguire came close to leaving last summer, he may now be considered a vital team member, with reports suggesting Manchester United are not actively looking to sell.

Will Manchester United sell Maguire to Spurs?

Last summer, Manchester United were open to doing business with West Ham for the defender. While the move came close to completion, Maguire reportedly pulled out of the deal, while some attribute the £190,000-a-week star could not agree on terms with the Hammers.

West Ham are still keen and might find a way to do business with the Red Devils again. However, the entry of Tottenham complicates matters, as Manchester United may show reluctance to strengthen their direct rivals in the Premier League, meaning should they sell Maguire to them, he may go there at a different price than what West Ham might get him for.

Comments 5

  1. Barry Peters says:

    No, no no. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.
    That carthorse is no where good enough in general and not for Ange’s system and philosophy.

  2. alan hough says:


  3. redredwiiiine says:

    That’d be a good move all round

  4. steve says:

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha April Fool

  5. Simon Watson says:

    As experience and strong Maguire is, he would be too slow in our system, so definitely no. It will not justify his wages or any Phoebe pay for him. Let him go to West Ham where he will get regular football

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