Harry Maguire expected to be out for next two weeks

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Harry Maguire is set to be injured for about another fortnight.

Manchester United Football Club have been dealing without Harry Maguire with injury for a little while now, with the Englishman missing the last few Reds matches with the problem.

The club captain also didn’t feature for his beloved Three Lions during the most recent international break – meaning Gareth Southgate may have to look elsewhere ahead of Qatar 2022.

With time running out ahead of the World Cup, no doubt Maguire is sweating about his place. Well, the Englishman has been given some good news on that front.

The United star is set to be out injured for the next two weeks maximum (10-14 days to be exact). Journalist Sami Mokbel also added that the Englishman ‘should’ play some football before the World Cup, meaning he’s likely to be fit for the tournament.

Check out Sami Mokbel‘s tweet on the Harry Maguire injury news here:

Whatever United fans think of Maguire, he has always done well for England. Whether that be down to the stylistic fit, or less pressure on his shoulders, remains to be seen. Either way, United fans have to give him credit for those performances for his country.

I fully understand that Maguire hasn’t been good enough for United over large stretches. However, the fans getting firmly on his back is not going to help his case. Our job as supporters is to stick with our footballers through times of struggle.

We’ve not really seen much of Maguire under Erik ten Hag, though with Raphael Varane now out for a little while, it would have been a good opportunity to see what the Englishman can do.

Sadly, that’s probably not going to happen for another fortnight.

Do you think Harry Maguire will be back in the side upon his return from injury? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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