Harry Maguire

Harry Maguire is an English professional soccer player known for his role as a central defender in the Manchester United team and the England national team. Born on March 5, 1993 in Sheffield, England, Maguire quickly earned a place among the best defenders in the Premier League thanks to his athletic ability and technical ability. After playing for Sheffield United's youth team, Maguire made his debut in the professional team in 2011 and quickly demonstrated his defensive qualities. In 2014, he was transferred to multi-racial club Hull City, where he continued to improve and become a leading figure. His excellent performances for Hull City earned him the attention of Premier League clubs and, in 2017, he was signed by Leicester City.

His experience at Leicester City was extraordinary. Maguire became a key player for the team and contributed to one of the greatest feats in the history of English football when Leicester City won the Premier League in 2016, in one of the most astonishing triumphs ever. In 2019, Maguire was transferred to Manchester United for a record fee for a defender. Since then, he has established himself as one of the team's defensive pillars and as one of the most consistent defenders of his generation. Maguire has also represented England at numerous international tournaments, including the 2020 European Championships. With his imposing stature and ability to dictate play from the defence, he has become a trusted figure at the heart of the England defence.