Man United prepare late £65m bid to sign England star

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Manchester United team news Leicester

United were linked with the England worldwide in the run-up to last Thursday's transfer deadline.

Riyad Mahrez responded negatively when Leicester blocked an initial move from Manchester City in January but Puel is confident that Maguire will have a different reaction.

Leicester expect to sit down and discuss a new deal with Maguire that could see his wages increase to £95,000 a week.

The 21-year-old has signed a five-year contract at the King Power Stadium, subject to the deal being given global clearance.

"It has been a hard pre-season with all the global players coming back step by step and without the good levels and freshness necessary to play 90 minutes". "He has made that clear to all of us", Chilwell added. He is going to be here for the whole season.

"The World Cup helped [He played in all three of Nigeria's games in Russian Federation, starting twice] - we didn't get to go through but it was a good experience and good fitness".

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Maybe it was the ban on that long putter, or maybe it was some problems with his swing that sent him churning through coaches. Scott was close with fellow Australian Jarrod Lyle, who twice beat cancer while working his way onto the PGA Tour.

With just four days of training behind them Puel has hinted that neither are expected to play at Old Trafford but with the two being so important to his side it is being rumoured that the Frenchman could spring a surprise and play them.

"Harry, he's happy also to remain with us".

Leicester City will adopt a more possession-based game this season instead of their traditional counter-attacking style but will not find the transition easy when they visit Manchester United tomorrow, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has said. The Argentina worldwide made just 12 appearances in all competitions for United last season and was not named in the squad for Friday's victory over Leicester.

The England centre half would eventually leave Hull for Leicester City for a fee that could rise to £17 million, whereas United splashed £31 million on Victor Lindelof who has struggled since his move to the Red Devils.

Puel said Maguire, along with team-mate Jamie Vardy, had returned from World Cup duty with England in good spirits and is adamant the centre-back is happy at the club.

The transfer deadline in Turkey is 31 August.

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