Maguire told he’ll spend more time on Man Utd’s substitute bench
Former West Ham United striker, Frank McAvennie, has told Manchester United captain Harry Maguire that he would spend more time on the club’s substituted bench.
Maguire was criticized for his performances in Man United’s first two Premier League defeats against Brighton and Brentford.
The England international has missed Man United’s last two matches against Liverpool and Southampton, having been dropped by manager Erik ten Hag.
Ten Hag featured the partnership of Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez in his team’s defence, with the duo impressing as Man United defeated Liverpool and Southampton.
However, McAvennie feels Maguire, a former Leicester City star, faces a potentially lengthy spell out of Ten Hag’s team going forward.
When asked how long Maguire may be on the bench, McAvennie told Football Insider replied: “Indefinitely, I think.”
He continued, “I don’t think this manager has any problems leaving him on the bench. If you Are not doing it, you’re out. I’m all for it, I have not got any qualms about that. And he’s been proven right. Although they didn’t play well at the weekend, they were calmer.”