Kelechi Iheanacho taunts Jose Mourinho and Man United

Rex Christensen
August 12, 2018

United were linked with the England worldwide in the run-up to last Thursday's transfer deadline. In Maguire's case, Leicester City stuck to their guns and kept hold of their prized asset, having slapped a price tag of around £80 million on him.

Discussions have reportedly taken place between the two clubs regarding the 25-year-old, who starred for England at this summer's World Cup as Gareth Southgate's side reached the semi-finals.

Liverpool are being tipped to make moves for Nabil Fekir, Domagoj Vida and Christian Pulisic during the next transfer window, in January.

The Red Devils quickly turned their attentions to Maguire but Leicester were under no pressure to sell and slapped a whopping £75million price-tag on the defender's head.

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"It's going to be hard away from home at Manchester United, but it's something that we're going to have to be fearless enough to try".

"The World Cup helped [He played in all three of Nigeria's games in Russian Federation, starting twice] - we didn't get to go through but it was a good experience and good fitness".

"We will see what happens in his future but I am happy to keep Harry with us and I'm happy with his attitude in general". The English global was, in fact, one of several defenders who were thought to be on Jose Mourinho's wishlist for the summer, as the manager looked to bolster his backline. The Argentina worldwide made just 12 appearances in all competitions for United last season and was not named in the squad for Friday's victory over Leicester.

Jose Mourinho says Paul Pogba was the penalty-kick taker of choice for Manchester United after Pogba converted in their win over Leicester City.

The Daily Telegraph adds that United was only willing to sign a world-class defender, such as Varane, but refused to bring in a "lesser" player, despite the demands of boss Jose Mourinho.

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