Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher has warned Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire he won’t be at the club next season if his struggles for form continue.
Carragher gave the warning as Atletico Madrid defeated Manchester United 1-0 in the Champions League round of 16 second-leg tie on Tuesday night at Old Trafford.
Maguire, who has been struggling for form for the past weeks, was unable to save Man United as he was substituted during the encounter.
The defender was replaced by Juan Mata as Renan Lodi’s header ensured Atletico Madrid defeated Man United.
“The Manchester United captain who cost £80million was taken off in the game. He is going through the worst moment in his career right now. We all have that moment, I can picture it now when I was playing,’ Carragher told CBS Sports.
“This is something that Harry Maguire is going through right now and he has to get out of it very quickly, otherwise, he won’t be at the club because the standards at Manchester United are so high.
“Of course, he wants to [get out of it], but his head will be all over the place, he’s getting criticism left right and centre. He’ll be criticised again – I think the crowd actually cheered when he went off. Which isn’t a nice thing for anyone.”