Manchester United Fans Have Already Got A New Chant For Harry Maguire

Despite not being officially confirmed a Manchester United player yet, fans have already got a chant for Harry Maguire that will surely be echoing around Old Trafford next season.

Maguire's £85 million deal is all but done and all that's needed is official confirmation, but that hasn't stopped United fans coming up with a chant for the 26-year-old.

You can check out the video below.

The lyrics for the chant are colourful, but still show United fans are ready to embrace their new defender.

The chant goes: "Harry Maguire, Harry Maguire, he f***ed off Leicester for Manchester, his head's f***ing massive!"

Maguire has been referred to as 'Slabhead' by former teammate Jamie Vardy due to the former Hull City man's frame.

Furthermore, Vardy gate-crashed one of Maguire's post-match interviews at last years World Cup, cutting in with "Hi, this is Jamie Vardy from Vardy News - what is the diameter of your head?"

The former Sheffield United man's rise in the last three years has been phenomenal.

Following Hull City's promotion to the Premier League in 2016, then Hull boss Mike Phelan established the England international as one of the Tigers' key defenders.

Despite relegation, Maguire sealed a move to Leicester City for £17 million pounds where he established himself as one of the leagues finest centre-backs.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Amidst this, England boss Gareth Southgate gave him his first England cap in 2017 as well as including him in the 2018 World Cup squad.

The 26-year-old then went on to become a cult hero of the tournament for England fans, with his attacking quality from corners becoming a deadly weapon as England reached the semi-finals.

Now he's set to become a Red Devil for a world record fee, Maguire has another set of fans heart's that he can capture.

Do you think Maguire will be a success at Manchester United?

Sound off in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: PA/ManUtdVines

Daniel Marland

Daniel has been a SPORTBible contributor for a number of months and covers a variety of sports including football & wrestling, where he has spoken to WWE wrestlers Bayley & Triple H. He also has past experience working at Manchester United, where he once held a door open for Nicky Butt.

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