Harry Maguire isn’t the reply to Manchester United’s issues in defence, in accordance with former Crimson Satan Paul Parker.
Man United shelled out £80million for the centre-back in the summertime of 2019, a world-record charge for a defender.
Nevertheless, Parker thinks the identical outdated issues in that place linger for United.
They’ve not too long ago been linked with Actual Madrid defender Raphael Varane, nonetheless, Parker believes his former facet want to usher in TWO new centre-backs.
It’s thought any new acquisition would companion Maguire however Parker advised the main focus needs to be on who performs subsequent to Victor Lindelof.
Parker added that Maguire was by no means Man United’s reply as he lacks the required management and ‘performs the sport for himself.’
He instructed Grand Nationwide: “Regardless of the place that Manchester United discover themselves within the Premier League, they nonetheless have to strengthen within the switch market this summer time.
“Bringing in competitors for locations at all times helps gamers to enhance their sport. You take a look at Luke Shaw this season, he has actually upped his sport for the reason that signing of Alex Telles.
“Relating to the centre backs, folks speak about bringing in a brand new companion for Harry Maguire, however I’d take a look at bringing in two centre backs, why can’t or not it’s a participant who is available in and performs alongside Victor Lindelof?
“Harry Maguire shouldn’t be a pacesetter, he performs the sport for himself, he sits manner too deep, he dribbles for the sake of dribbling and runs himself into cul-de-sacs.
“The objective in opposition to Sheffield United, he put David De Gea in a horrible place, and he made a horrible clearance which individuals then blamed the goalkeeper. Generally it’s good to take a look at the build-up to see the errors.
“I’ve at all times been not sure about Maguire for the reason that day Manchester United signed him. Once they paid £80m, the membership didn’t purchase an £80m centre again, it was nice enterprise by Leicester City.”