Giorgio Chiellini he said he felt sorry for the situation of Harry Maguire At this point, he noted that Manchester United expected too much from him.
Giorgio Chiellini, the veteran defender of the Italian team gave an interview that he felt sorry for Harry Maguire’s situation now and pointed out that Manchester United expected too much from him.
The former captain of the Italian national team has just announced his retirement from the national team in the middle of this year. It is currently referred to as LA FC in Major League Soccer. with whom he had the opportunity to interview The Times He commented on Maguire, saying:
Great interview by Giorgio Chiellini @TomRoddy_
– Feeling sad for Harry Maguire; “United want too much from him”
– His love for Kyle Walker (clip below)
– THIS Saka event
– Why England feels too much pressure
– His new life in LA
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— Tom Clarke (@_TomClarke) September 21, 2022
“I feel sorry for Maguire from the situation he’s been in, because he’s a good player. Manchester United want too much from him, just because they paid 80 million pounds for him, and then he needs to play the best in the world every game? That’s not right.”
“The transfer fee is dependent on a number of factors which are uncontrollable, which is not Maguire’s fault. Maguire and John Stones are a good full-back duo, OK, Maguire. He may not be Rio Ferdinand but he is good enough, the situation he is facing is not helping England to perform at their best.
“It’s impossible for you to win the World Cup. With some key players having problems, and of course Maguire is one of the key players in the England squad.”