HUGE BOOST: Everton now in advance talks for January deal for under-fire Manchester United star – Erik Ten Hag has given his consent

Everton is interested in signing Manchester United defender Harry Maguire during the January transfer window.
According to Fichajes, Everton are interested in signing Manchester United defender Harry Maguire during the January transfer window.

At United, the 30-year-old is presently ranked third, behind first-choice defenders Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez.

Maguire played the entire game as Manchester United defeated Crystal Palace 3-0 in the Carabao Cup third round. The England international impressed at Old Trafford as the Red Devils recorded their third clean sheet of the season.

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Since joining United from Leicester City, the Englishman has struggled with inconsistent performances.

England manager Gareth Southgate has retained his faith in Maguire, but has warned him that consistency is required for inclusion in the next Euro 2024.

During the summer transfer window, the Red Devils accepted a £30 million bid from West Ham United for the 30-year-old. However, the transaction fell through because the player and the club could not agree on his departure.

Maguire promised to compete for a first-team spot at United despite the club informing him that his playing time would be limited.

During the summer transfer window, United signed Jonny Evans as a backup defender. forth the Red Devils’ most recent Premier League encounter, he put forth a fantastic effort against Burnley. Everton is awaiting a potential acquisition from 777 Partners in the hopes of receiving funds to bolster their team.

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After six games with only one win, the Merseyside team is currently 15th in the Premier League. Everton have not maintained a single clean sheet this season, highlighting their defensive line’s weakness.
Maguire’s expertise and leadership might be the impetus for Everton’s rebirth. Meanwhile, United would benefit from unloading Maguire’s present high salaries, making him a pricey backup. It’s unclear whether all sides will accept what appears to be a win-win commercial arrangement.

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