Dwight Yorke, a respected figure in Manchester United’s history, has recommended that Harry Maguire consider departing from the club.
Yorke has expressed his belief that Maguire’s reputation has suffered a blow under Erik ten Hag’s management.
Maguire’s prospective move to West Ham encountered setbacks and ultimately fell through on Tuesday due to delays arising from negotiations concerning a severance fee with Manchester United. This resulted in West Ham discontinuing talks to sign the player.
Reports suggest that Maguire had a change of heart about joining West Ham after being encouraged by Ten Hag to compete for his spot within the team.
Nonetheless, Manchester United legend Dwight Yorke holds the viewpoint that it’s in Maguire’s best interest to seek a departure. Yorke stated, “Given that the manager has publicly discussed Harry Maguire’s need to fight for his position, I don’t believe he can serve as squad depth anymore. Leaving Manchester United seems like an obvious decision at this point. His standing within the team dynamics might have diminished.”
Yorke’s perspective underscores the complexities surrounding Maguire’s situation, where factors like team dynamics and individual performance weigh heavily on the decision-making process.