Check Out “Manchester United defender Harry Maguire rejected West Ham’s £20million offer.” One week after losing the captaincy to Bruno Fernandes at Old Trafford, the Hammers made their move.

Maguire, an England international with 57 caps, faces an unclear future under Red Devils manager Erik ten Hag.

Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez, and even Luke Shaw have all played for Man United ahead of him at center-back in previous campaigns.

However, it’s uncertain whether West Ham will submit a second offer for Maguire, whose current deal runs through 2025.

Manchester United Defender Harry Maguire Rejected West Ham's £20million Offer
Manchester United Defender Harry Maguire Rejected West Ham’s £20million Offer

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Brentford made a club-record offer for Brennan Johnson, but Nottingham Forest turned it down.

During the previous campaign, the starlet for Tricky Trees was a buoyant presence in their lineup, which contributed to the team’s success in avoiding a return to the Championship.

His stock has significantly increased, which has resulted in the Bees making two offers.

In spite of this, it has been claimed by The Telegraph that both of them were promptly denied entry.

It is estimated that the first one was worth thirty million pounds, while the second one increased to almost forty million pounds.

Given his effectiveness in the Premier League, it is speculated that Forest’s price is higher than £50 million.

The transfer of Riyad Mahrez to Al Ahli in a transaction of thirty million pounds has been finalized.

After playing for Manchester City for five years and winning four Premier League titles and one Champions League crown, the Algerian winger has decided to leave the club.

During his time at the Etihad Stadium, the 32-year-old player also brought home two FA Cups and three League Cups.

Since joining Pep Guardiola’s squad in 2018, he has scored 78 goals in a total of 236 games. He was an instrumental part of the club’s triumphant run to the treble in the previous campaign.

Edouard Mendy, a former goalkeeper for Chelsea, and Roberto Firmino, a former forward for Liverpool, will both be playing for the Saudi Pro League club that Mahrez will join.