Aaron Wan-Bissaka says that Harry Maguire is “doing a great job” as captain of the Red Devils. He’s a great leader and a good fellow.

Maguire is “doing a great job”

Harry Maguire is “doing a great job” as captain of Manchester United, says Aaron Wan-Bissaka. At the same time, the Red Devils defensive unit offers plenty of reasons to be optimistic as a team. The Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side was not always waterproof, with a strange leak occurring at untimely intervals. Plugs have found in recent weeks, eight blank sheets taken from the last ten fixtures of the Red Devils. Maguire became the leader on the field that Man United hoped to be when he invested a record £80 million ($ 104 million) in his talent in the summer of 2019. It believed that the English international does a great job after inheriting an armband from Ashley Young, and Wan-Bissaka told reporters: “The captain has one primary role: to be a leader for the team.

We are growing together

“Harry intervened to make this role because he is good at it and does a great job.” Wan-Bissaka was another significant money addition for United in the same window as Maguire, and also fought smoothly at Old Trafford. The 22-year-old right-back earns many advantages as an individualist, but he is encouraged by how the background of Manchester United acts as a group. He added: “I would say that the partnership between us has improved, and we have grown together. You can see it in clean sheets.” This is always the main goal: to get a clean sheet, and then the team can get the victory. “I think it comes down to better communication, sometimes the formation changes, so we got used to five at the back and four at the end, and communication helped.

“I have no preference between the two defensive systems.” Man United found further value on the transfer market during January, and Bruno Fernandes turned out to be a vibrant addition as another creative influence in the middle of the park. Aaron said of the Portuguese international: “He brought a lot. It is clear that he brought goals, assists …” He is sure he wants to play ahead, create chances. “It can be seen that he raises everyone. His presence on the ball ensures that others go jogging because they know that he can give them this ball.”