Harry Maguire says all his attention is on helping England in the Nations League Finals amid talk of an exit from Leicester City.
Maguire has been included in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the upcoming Nations League Finals and he is expected to start the semi-final against the Netherlands on June 6.
Ahead of the fixture, there has been growing speculation the 26-year-old defender could be leaving Leicester during the current transfer window with Manchester rivals, United and City, both interested.
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However, Maguire insists his club future is of no concern right now and the only important matter at hand is trying to beat the Dutch next month. “When I’m away with England, I don’t think about anything to do with club football,” he said when asked about United’s interest.
“As soon as I wear this badge, it’s really important to focus on England and nothing else. “I’m fully focused on the two games coming up and that’s where my head is at the moment.” It is thought a bid around £75million would be needed to acquire Maguire’s services this summer.