Harry Maguire had been sidelined while he picked up the knock during Manchester United’s Premier League win at Aston Villa on May 9 as the England team will begin their Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia at Wembley on June 13. He revealed that his ankle injury is improving and getting better as he fights to be fit for England’s European Championship campaign.
The central defender had been on the bench since picking up the Knock during Manchester United’s Premier League win against Aston Villa on 9th May. He was not available in the ManU’s defeat to Villareal in the Europa League Final last week and England coach Gareth Southgate has admitted that it will be a tough call on whether Maguire can be involved at Euro 2020, with the England team playing their group games against Croatia on 13th June.
Harry was involved in the 26-man squad earlier for the tournament and he was concentrating on coming back with full fitness as soon as possible. Harry Maguire informed The Sun that the fear that he had was missing everything. He knew it was quite a bad injury. When he got the result of the scan, he knew it would be unlikely that he would make the Europa League final but the team also never ruled it out. He would jump out of bed and put weight on his ankle, which he probably shouldn’t have done and test ie whether if the pain was still there or not. Every morning he woke up wishing the pain would be gone. Unfortunately, it didn’t.