The Nigerian duo of Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi ended on the losing side in the first game of the season in the English Premier League on Friday night at Old Trafford.
Manchester United were understandably hesitant to pay the sum for him, although as it now turns out, they could have landed Maguire in a much cheaper deal.More news: Indonesian Presidential Candidacies are Now Official
"It is very good to have Harry back", the Leicester left-back said. I think it is going to be a big season for the whole team and we are in good shape now.
United have five centre-halves at the club in the shape of Eric Bailly, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof as well as Rojo. He could have come here today and his head could have been all over the place, but he did brilliantly.
"We want to keep our best players for the squad and for the season, we want to keep a good ambition". The Algeria winger went on strike last season after the club refused to sanction a move to Manchester City.More news: 'Stolen' plane closes Seattle airport before crashing into sea
"It was wonderful to see some young players from the Academy play some friendly games without the worldwide players, it's a good feeling for the future of the Club".
"Harry, he's happy also to remain with us".
Among those who were credited with interest in the player, Manchester United were the suitors who were linked the most heavily.More news: Richarlison strikes twice but 10-man Everton held at Wolves
The Nigeria global moved to Leicester from Manchester City last summer for £25 million, with many pundits predicting at the time that his capture could be one of the signings of the season. A tentative enquiry for Diego Godin, 32, seemed to only to speed up the Uruguay international's contract negotiations with Atletico Madrid.