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Direct from Fabrizio Romano, 🚨 JUST IN: It has been reported that Manchester United is close to finalizing a bold trade agreement with a Premier League rival, offering Harry Maguire as part of the deal.

Direct from Fabrizio Romano, 🚨 JUST IN: It has been reported that Manchester United is close to finalizing a bold trade agreement with a Premier League rival, offering Harry Maguire as part of the deal.

Manchester United will have another chance to offload center-back Harry Maguire during the summer transfer window.

Manchester United will have another chance to offload center-back Harry Maguire during the summer transfer window.

Even though there were some doubts and speculations last summer about a potential transfer to West Ham, Maguire has recently greatly improved his play and established himself as one of Erik ten Hag’s most dependable players.

Compared to last summer, when Maguire’s form was patchy, things are very different now.

Although Maguire has not expressed a desire to leave Old Trafford, recent reports indicate that Manchester United may be considering trade options involving Maguire and cash in exchange for Lucas Paqueta of West Ham.

Some might initially claim that Manchester United would be getting a far better deal. It’s important to remember, though, that Paqueta has already stated he was willing to leave East London, particularly after plans to transfer to Manchester City fell through.

As such, West Ham might not think it was a bad deal to get a healthy Maguire in addition to a sizable payment.

The result is anticipated to be heavily influenced by how both clubs perform in the remaining games of the season and by the offers that are made to the players in question.

The fact that Manchester City seems to have given up on the Brazilian player could allow their main competitors to make an offer of their own.

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