Manchester united's coach Mr Eric Ten Hag has come out publicly to say that he will give England's defender Harry Maguire more play time because he has improved and played very well at the world cup.Mr Eric Ten Hag who had recently fallen out with thirty seven year old Cristiano Ronaldo said that Harry Maguire is a very important Manchester united player.
After his sterling performance at the fifa world cup Mr Eric Ten Hag feels that it is about time Harry Maguire also proved his worth by playing the same beautiful football for Manchester united at club level.Ten Hag has therefore said that he will give the English centreback player more playtime to prove himself worthy of starting matches.
Eric Ten Hag has also said that he is already on the process of looking for a natural replacement for the thirty seven year old Portuguese International footballer cristiano Ronaldo who left the club amid controversies.The options available at the disposal of Eric Ten Hag include Coady Gakpo of Netherlands Eredivisie Ajax as well as Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur.
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