Harry Maguire Profile
|Born||Mar 05, 1993|
Harry Maguire has had a number of success with a number of different clubs. However, he seems to have found his feet at Manchester United.
Harry Maguire is a professional soccer player who plays for Manchester United in the Premier League, as well as the England national team.
Maguire began his professional career at Sheffield United before transferring to Hull City. He moved to Leicester City before joining Manchester United for a world record fee for a defender.
Early career at Sheffield United
Maguire began his professional career at Sheffield United after being promoted to the first team in 2011. The central defender made his professional debut after coming on as a substitute against Cardiff City, where he won the Man of the Match award.
In his first season the Maguire made four more appearances, however he could not help the Blades survive in the Championship.
During the 2011/12 season, Maguire began to make a name for himself. He scored his first goal for the Blades in a 2-0 win over Oldham Athletic, the opening match of the season.
Throughout the entire 2011/12 campaign Maguire performed admirably, being named Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year by his club.
By the 2012/13 season, Maguire was a household name in Sheffield, making his 100th appearance for the Blades at only 19 years of age.
His continued good form sparked interest from other clubs, and it wasn't long until Maguire would make his first move.
Premier League debuts for the Tigers
Maguire transferred to Premier League Hull City in July 2014 for a sum of £2.5million. He made his debut for the Tigers in a UEFA Europa League qualifying defeat against Lokeren.
The defender made his Premier League debut late into the season, replacing Curtis Davies against Swansea City in December.
However, after only making six appearances in all competitions, Maguire was sent out on loan to Wigan Athletic on a one-month loan deal in February 2015.
He played as many as for Wigan as he did for Hull in a month, with his loan being extended to the end of the season.
With Maguire gone Hull were relegated to the Championship. However, upon his return, Hull were promoted back to the top flight during the 2015/16 campaign; Maguire playing in 33 games that season.
On the arrival back to the Premier League, Maguire became a regular starter for the Tigers, and he scored his first goal for the club against Bristol City in the EFL Cup.
He was given the captain's armband and led his side to victory, scoring in a 4-2 Premier League win over Middlesbrough in April 2017.
Although Hull were relegated once more, Maguire ended his season on a high, being named Hull's Player of the Year by both the fans and the players.
Move to the King Power
Maguire would make his second move in June 2017, transferring to Leicester City for £12million.
He made his debut against Arsenal, losing 4-3 to the Gunners. However, eight days later, the Maguire scored his first goal for the Foxes, concluding a 2-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion.
The central defender played every minute of the 2017/18 campaign, and was being named Leicester Player of the Season, as well as Players' Player.
Record breaking move to Manchester
In July 2019, Maguire was signed by Manchester United for a record breaking fee for a defender of £80million. The defender signed a six-year contract, making his debut in a 4-0 win over Chelsea and earned himself another Man of the Match award.
It did not take long for the defender to be named captain of the side in January 2020, opening his account for Manchester United in the same month in a 6-0 FA Cup win against Tranmere Rovers.
Maguire would finish his season with three goals and assists, playing a crucial role in his side's third placed Premier League finish.
In the following 2020/21 season the defender helped his side finish second behind champions Manchester City, as well as being part of the squad that reached the Europa League final. Maguire was not fully fit for the final and stayed on the bench to watch United lose on penalties to Villarreal.
In November 2012, Maguire was called up to the England national U-21 team for a friendly against Northern Ireland. Maguire made his debut after coming on in the second half to secure a 2-0 win.
In 2017, Maguire was named in the senior England squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification matches against Malta and Slovakia. He made his senior debut against Lithuania as England qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Maguire was named in the 23-man England squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and would go onto score in a 2-0 win over Sweden in the quarter-final. England would reach the semi-finals before being knocked out to Croatia.
Maguire was a big injury doubt for England going into Euro 2020, but he was named in the squad regardless.
After missing the first two matches, Maguire started to be eased back into the side by Gareth Southgate and became a key player for the Three Lions in the knockout stages.
The Manchester United man scored one of the goals as England routed Ukraine 4-0 in the quarter-final.
However, his tournament to end in penalty shootout disappointment. Maguire scored his kick in the final against Italy, but three England players missed and Italy won the trophy.
Maguire is engaged to Fern Hawkins. In April 2019, Maguire revealed on his Instagram page that Hawkins had given birth to their first child, a daughter named Lillie Saint Maguire.
Maguire and Hawkins had their second daughter, Piper Rose, in May 2020.
Harry Maguire's net worth is believed to be £20million.
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