Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has issued a statement hours after the appointment of Erik ten Hag as Manchester United’s new manager.
The 29-year-old was threatened by fans with throwing a bomb at him and his family, but the 29-year-old responded by saying he would not be forced to leave the club.
Harry Maguire is now fearful for the life of his wife Fern Hawkins, 27, and his two daughters after receiving a threatening email message saying explosives would be planted at his 4 million pound mansion.
Police are investigating the threat, which happened on Wednesday, hours after Manchester United’s defeat to Liverpool. When Maguire received the threat, his home was searched by police to determine if the explosives were planted, but nothing was found.
Following the threat, Harry Maguire said last night that no one can force him out of Manchester United.
“Harry Maguire cannot be forcibly removed from Manchester United and his first priority is always the safety of his family, but he has the resilience to deal with such threats.” An unnamed friend of Harry Maguire told The Sun.
Harry Maguire has been criticized and is having his worst season at Old Trafford since joining on 80 million pound deal in 2019.