United are reportedly preparing a £50 million bid for the defender.
The centre-back helped the Three Lions to reach the semi-finals with some excellent performances, looking both dominant defensively and assured with the ball.
Such was the quality of his tournament, that the Leicester City defender appears to have caught the attention of some of England's biggest clubs and, according to the Daily Mail, Manchester United are preparing a £50 million bid for the 25-year-old.
Jose Mourinho has been rumoured to be searching for a new centre-back for much of the summer, with Tottenham Hotspur's Toby Alderweireld and new Barcelona Clément Lenglet signing reportedly at the top of their list.
United have struggled to find a solution at the centre of their defence since the Rio Ferdinand/Nemanja Vidic partnership was broken, and a partnership of Maguire alongside Eric Bailly, or should he improve at club level Victor Lindelof, could be the answer to that problem.
Though perhaps not quite of the same quality as Alderweireld yet, Maguire is 4 years his junior and would offer the Red Devils a long-term option.
Leicester have reportedly offered Maguire a new contract, but the pull of a club like United will surely win over Maguire and it appears that some of the Old Trafford faithful can't wait to see him in a red shirt.
I’d pay £50m for his performances this World Cup, he’s been phenomenal— Joe Plumbley (@joereddevil11) July 13, 2018
Take him in a heartbeat, probably not worth £50mil but based on WC performance will demand it.— Mal Ricketts (@mal_ricketts) July 13, 2018
100% he’s a very good cb and he’s a serious threat of set pieces can’t judge a player of the World Cup but he looked quality for Leicester last season, pay the money and sign him up.— conall cush (@ConallCush) July 13, 2018
He'd be my first choice CB target if I were Mourinho, I'd go all in with whatever Leicester are asking— SimplyManUnited! (@SimplyManUnited) July 13, 2018
He's worth every penny in today's market good in the air and very commanding in defense. If Spurs are playing hard ball over Toby then He's the best option for us— Rapheal James (@RaphJ12) July 13, 2018
Remember us buying another England centre back after a World Cup for big money and that didn’t end too badly @rioferdy5— SHIRAZ (@shiraznawaz) July 13, 2018
Solid defender, great in the air I’d definitely sign him. Pair him with Eric— Matt Hackney (@hackers32) July 13, 2018
Hell yes, showed his class at the World Cup and alongside either Bailly or Lindelof could form a half decent back line..— Chris (@chrisfryer82) July 13, 2018