Cheshire Police have been known as on the house of Manchester United’s Harry Maguire following the centre back received a bomb threat by email..
Maguire has experienced considerable criticism from United supporters as well as rival fans equally this time period for certain underwhelming form, with Ralf Rangnick and Gareth Southgate each speaking away to condemn booing of the 29-year-old throughout games..
The Sun discovered on Thursday that a contact was sent to Maguire claiming there was a bomb in the family home of his, with police called and sniffer dogs deployed to make sure there was no risk.
“In the last twenty four hours, Harry has gotten a major risk to his family members home,” a spokesperson said. “He has reported this to the authorities that are today looking in to the issue. The security of the family of his and those around him is clearly Harry’s top priority.
“He is going to continue to get ready for this weekend’s fixture as regular and we won’t be commenting in any further information in this particular time.”
Maguire and also the police are understood having taken the threat very earnestly and are investigating the cause of the email..
Cheshire Police have confirmed that no one was evacuated out of the home throughout the investigation of theirs, where an experienced explosives dog was introduced to do a search of the gardens and adjacent areas..