The report also claims that David de Gea,Bruno FernandesandCristiano Ronaldoare among the candidates to take the armband off Maguire if there is a change in captaincy. There are question marks over De Gea's ability on the ball to play in Ten Hag's system, however, but he'll likely keep the no.1 shirt next season as signing a striker and a midfielder this summer is prioritised over a new keeper
Ronaldo emerged as the favourite to be named his successordue to his authoritative role in the dressing room. Rangnick had asked the Portugal star to mentor the younger players within the squad as he set an example for the likes of Jadon Sancho, Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Elanga.
Maguire was unwilling to give it up out of fear that he could lose it permanently, however, and would end up keeping it for the remainder of the season.
Maguire also 'upset' a number of teammates during the season, according to theDaily Mail,bycalling them out for individual mistakeson the pitch, as well as his critical post-match comments to the media.The Timesalso reported that several members of the Red Devils' camp believed Maguire should have been dropped due to his performance levels deteriorating.
Hackers steal nearly $100m in Japan crypto heist IMAGE SOURCE, Liquid has been hit by hackers, with almost $100m (£73m) estimated to have been stolen. Leading Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Liquid has been hit by hackers, with almost $100m (£73m) estimated to have been stolen. The company announced that some of its digital currency wallets have been "compromised." It is the second major theft of cryptocurrencies to take place in recent days. Last week, digital token platform Poly Network was at the centre of a $600m heist. "WE ARE SORRY TO ANNOUNCE THAT #LIQUIDGLOBAL WARM WALLETS WERE COMPROMISED, WE ARE MOVING ASSETS INTO THE COLD WALLET," THE COMPANY SAID ON TWITTER. So-called 'warm' or 'hot' digital wallets are usually based online and designed to allow users to access their cryptocurrencies more easily, while 'cold' wallets are offline and harder to access and therefore usually more secure.
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