Injured against Aston Villa on May 9, Harry Maguire declared himself fit for the match against Scotland this Friday (9 p.m.).
The captain of the Red Devils is impatient. Hit in the ankle against the Villans on May 9, Harry Maguire “feels good” and believes to be “available again” for England’s next match, against Scotland, this Friday. “I’m available again, trained and can’t wait to be there,” the 28-year-old told British media. I did a few sessions and I feel that my form is there. I’ve never had an ankle injury before, but from conversations with players and physiotherapists I’m sure it’s going to bother me. But as long as it’s stable and the pain is bearable, I’m sure you’ll be fine. ”
Replaced by Tyrone Mings for the opening game
Absent in Manchester United’s last five games, including the Europa League final lost to Villarreal, Harry Maguire took advantage of the expansion of the list of 26 players to be part of the trip. “Gareth Southgate has shown great confidence in me and it’s not since this rally, it’s since my debut. It gives me great confidence to come here and try to do everything I can for him and, above all, for the country. ”
Replaced by Tyrone Mings against Croatia (2-1), the Manchester United defender therefore applies for the match against Scotland this Friday (9 p.m.) at Wembley. If they win, the Three Lions will already qualify for the knockout stages of Euro 2020.