Manchester United to let Harry Maguire go as they accept final bid

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David Moyes, the manager of West Ham confirmed that Manchester United approved their £30 million bid for the English international, Harry Maguire. Erik ten Hag indicated in his press conference that his former captain could potentially be available for Monday’s match against Wolves. However, it’s worth noting that his public statements should be taken with a degree of skepticism, as suggested by talkSPORT.

Notably, it hasn’t been long since Erik ten Hag says that Harry Maguire still had the potential. That is to secure a spot in the Manchester United starting lineup. This was despite Maguire being behind players like Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez, Luke Shaw, and Victor Lindelof. He falls behind them in the pecking order during the previous season.

Is Manchester United defender Harry Maguire on his way to West Ham?

On Wednesday, Manchester United reportedly granted permission to Harry Maguire to proceed with a move to West Ham. This decision followed a £30 million offer from the current UEFA Conference League title holders, as reported by The Athletic.

David Moyes was cautious about revealing too many details. However, he did acknowledge that both clubs are in agreement regarding the valuation of Harry Maguire’s transfer fee.

The process of officially confirming Harry Maguire’s transfer to a claret-and-blue West Ham shirt is not yet complete. But there are still some measures to take. Reports from The Sun say, Manchester United defender Maguire might be a valuable compensation package from The Red Devils. That is if he agrees to a wage reduction of £90,000 per week upon joining West Ham at the London Stadium.

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