Harry Maguire WILL quit Man Utd after England World Cup heroics and tipped for Tottenham transfer by Ally McCoist | The Sun

HARRY MAGUIRE has been tipped to join Tottenham and leave Manchester United.

The 29-year-old Red Devils captain has lost his place under Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford this term following his loss of form.

But the centre-half rediscovered it after Gareth Southgate kept faith with him and included the ex-Leicester City ace in his World Cup squad.

Maguire’s confidence appears to be back after he was one of England’s best performers in their run to the quarter-final.

Ten Hag has challenged him to replicate those displays for the Three Lions with United as he revealed his encouragement having “performed badly” during his spell in charge so far.

But talkSPORT Breakfast host Ally McCoist does not expect him to stick around long once the transfer window opens in January.

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And he has suggested Antonio Conte’s Tottenham as a potential new club.

The Rangers and Scotland legend said: “I think he will move. I don’t think he may move, I’ll go one further – I think he WILL move. 

“He isn’t going to hang around – he wants to play.

“I don’t think there are any guarantees that he’s going to march back into the Manchester United team, not in front of [Raphael] Varane and [Lisandro] Martinez.”

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When pressed on his next destination, McCoist believes that he is not good enough to get into Premier League leaders Arsenal’s side, but he does think he could still end up in North London.

He said: “Well, that’s up for debate. Clearly he will want to play.

“Straight away off the top of my head, I’d say he’s good enough for Spurs. Arsenal? Maybe not at this moment in time.

“But he’s been one of England’s best players at the World Cup.”

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