Harry Maguire back in training for Manchester United for the first time since his arrest in Mykonos, where he was kicked out of the English team and the season opener of Red Devils captain.
- Harry Maguire appeared for the first time since his arrest on the training of Man United
- The English international defender was arrested while on holiday in Mykonos
- The 27 year old made his first public appearance since the arrest in SoccerAid
Harry Maguire returned Monday for the first time since his arrest in Greece returned to training and is ready to lead Manchester United into the new season.
The 27-year-old defender, who Carrington was seen driving into a white BMW, is ready to captain Ole Gunnar Solskjær as United a week on Saturday, making a delayed start to the campaign against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
Maguire had an extended break from Solskjaer after the incident during a family holiday on the island of Mykonos last month when he was in a confrontation with the Greek police involved.
Harry Maguire returned Monday for the first time since his arrest back to training Man United
The captain of Man United was arrested in Mykonos and put the English team
Although the player was found guilty of assaulting police, verbal abuse and attempted bribery has been the conviction destroyed as part of a profession that involves a completely new process.
Maguire was also dropped from the England squad for the Nations League matches today, but manager Gareth Southgate has confirmed that he will be recalled for the matches next month against Wales, Belgium and Denmark.
Maguire has regular contact with Solskjaer and would be very grateful for the support that United gave him no suggestion within the club which captain threatened his role.
The defender made his first public appearance since the arrest during SoccerAid event Sunday
Although Maguire felt ready to start training again earlier, is clear that Solskjaer has advised him to take an extended break after United’s £ 80 million had signed that he feared the incident during his life.
Maguire trained at home and would be in top condition, which have fitness coaches United remote access to its performance statistics.
The former central defender Leicester found it appropriate to be Sunday at Old Trafford for the charity match Soccer Aid in his role as captain of the club, and posed for a photograph with former United skippers Wayne Rooney Bryan Robson before returning to Carrington. on Monday.