HARRY MAGUIRE'S LEICESTER MOVE FUELLED BY ENGLAND DREAM

The defender attracted interest from a number of clubs after a fine personal season at Hull but chose Craig Shakespeare's side ahead of others in Europe due to increased chance of playing time.

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