Manchester United footballer Harry Maguire on Wednesday accepted the apology of a Ghanaian MP who mocked him during a parliamentary debate on the budget last year.
The 30-year-old Manchester United centre back was brought on at halftime in Glasgow with England leading 2-0 before inadvertently handing the hosts a lifeline by clumsily prodding a low cross into his own net in the 67th minute.
British media reported that West Ham had agreed a deal worth 30 million pounds ($38.01 million) for Maguire, who became the world's most expensive defender when United signed him from Leicester City for 80 million pounds in 2019.
Harry Maguire urged supporters to stick with the team after a 1-0 Nations League defeat to Italy.
Maguire has denied reports of a power struggle with Cristiano Ronaldo as the club battle to end the season in the Premier League's top four.
The 36-year-old Portuguese forward spent six seasons at United between 2003-09, winning eight major trophies.
Maguire said he is fit and available to face Scotland in Friday’s Group D match at the European Championship after missing the opener
Maguire has called on Manchester United to "stand up and be counted" after their shock 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United hurt their Premier League title chances.
Officers were called in to break up a brawl between two groups of tourists. Two other Britons were also detained.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has agreed to supply a food package of everyday essentials to the elderly during the coronavirus lockdown.
Maguire hopes to help his new teammates to challenge their biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool, for the title.