Manchester United defender Harry Maguire, the victim of a bomb threat at his home on Wednesday, is ordered by a maniac to leave his club via an e-mail to his agent within 72 hours if his house explodes. don’t want to see
Harry Maguire’s daily taunt in Manchester took a chilling turn last Wednesday. Through one of his representatives, it was made official on Thursday that the United defender had received a bomb threat at his home the day before. The English police have launched an investigation, while revelations about the nature of the threats have started pouring in through the media. According to the Sun, the man who wanted to attack the insane player would have given him a 72-hour ultimatum to leave his club.
All the threats were contained in an email sent to Maguire’s officer, which was taken very seriously by law enforcement. In it it was reported that three bombs had been placed at his house, which would be set off if United did not leave within three days. Threats related to the Red Devils defender and captain’s main residence, an estimated £4 million home in Cheshire, where he usually resides with his wife and two children.
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At the time of receiving the email, Maguire was in the training center, days after his team’s massive defeat against Liverpool (4-0). After this, he reached home to warn his family and is currently living with one of his companions, while his wife and children have also been kept in a safe place. For now, despite the use of sniffer dogs, police searches at his home have turned up nothing.
Necessarily upset by the incident, the 29-year-old English international should miss his club’s meeting against Arsenal (1:30 pm) this Saturday. “I haven’t seen it yet, because I only found out about this terrible news on Thursday afternoon,” his coach Ralph Rangnick told the press on Friday. Manchester United, sixth in the Premier League, are currently in the fight to qualify for Europe, but Maguire’s recent performance has brought him under considerable criticism.