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Sky News 24 Aug 2020

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire's place on England team in doubt amid Greek charges


Harry Maguire will speak to Gareth Southgate before the England manager makes any decision on whether to include him in the squad for the upcoming Nations League fixtures.

Maguire and two co-defendants have been charged with aggravated assault and attempted bribery of an official following a late-night dispute on the Greek holiday island of Mykonos.

The Manchester United captain denies all charges.

The next stage of his trial is on Tuesday on the neighbouring island of Syros, the same day Southgate names his England team.

The biggest shake-up of English football in a generation is being proposed by Manchester United and Liverpool - which would see the number of teams in the top flight reduced from 20 to 18.

As well as a change in size, the new proposals would alter the league's finances and power system.

A quarter of the league's revenue would go to the English Football League (EFL), with £250m paid up front to help them through the coronavirus crisis.
Harry Maguire has been dramatically dropped from the England squad this evening after he was found guilty of assault and bribery in a court in Greece.
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