Man Utd boss makes transfer decision on Harry Maguire
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has insisted that he is happy to keep Harry Maguire for the forthcoming campaign.
The England international fell out-of-favour during Ten Hag's maiden season in-charge and he was a regular on the bench.
Maguire has now been stripped from the captaincy as well, but Ten Hag continues to show support towards the central defender.
In a recent press conference, Ten Hag said that he has no doubts over the ability of the centre-back and would prefer to keep him.
It remains to be seen whether Maguire shares the same stance.
The 30-year-old is said to be angry after losing the leadership role, and he is seriously considering his future with the Red Devils.
West Ham United, Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur are clubs interested in landing him, but his wages are on the higher side.
Hence, there is a higher possibility of a loan deal over a permanent one. The Hammers could be the front-runners to sign him.