HARRY MAGUIRE fears he may have to quit Manchester United in order to play at Euro 2024.
But there will be plenty of transfer offers for the defender.
The Red Devils skipper, 30, is struggling for game time under new boss Erik ten Hag.
Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez are the first-choice centre-backs while Victor Lindelof and even Luke Shaw have regularly been picked ahead of the ex-Leicester man, who came on for the final two minutes of the Carabao Cup final win.
And in a further blow, Ten Hag labelled Bruno Fernandes "our captain" despite Maguire being the official skipper at Old Trafford.
Now the Daily Mail report the £85million man is worried the lack of action could see him snubbed by Gareth Southgate at next year's major tournament.
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Maguire – who was named in the Euro 2020 team of the tournament – did go to the World Cup in Qatar and started all five Three Lions matches.
And he played in both of England's Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine last month.
But Southgate has repeatedly reiterated he will pick players who are performing for their clubs – and the reality is Maguire has not been doing that.
United are not actively trying to sell Maguire, who has two years left on his £190,000-a-week contract.
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But this summer could be an ideal time to cut their losses and let him leave, especially taking into account Premier League financial rules.
As revealed by SunSport, Paris Saint-Germain are a shock interested party for a £50m switch.
The French giants put a deal on the table in January but it could not be completed in time.
Aston Villa, West Ham, Roma and Inter Milan have all been linked with Maguire in recent months, too.
A return to the King Power on loan could even be on the cards, although the Foxes need to avoid relegation to have any chance of bringing him back.
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