Harry Maguire is still getting his head on everything as England star nods away inflatable ball in Ibiza nightclub
- Harry Maguire was filmed heading an inflatable ball in Ibiza while on holiday
- Maguire has become a cult figure for winning so many headers at World Cup
- 25-year-old has been targeted for a £65million transfer to Manchester United
Harry Maguire may be on his summer holidays but he’s still getting his head to everything as he jokes around in an Ibiza nightclub by nodding away an inflatable football.
The England centre-back has become a cult figure after his dominating displays at the World Cup, which saw him win header after header – including an important goal in the quarter-final against Sweden.
Since then, fans have joked about Maguire’s ability to head anything, and the fad has followed him to Ibiza as fans egged him on to head a giant ball at the Amnesia nightclub.
Harry Maguire (centre, white shirt) braces to head the inflatable ball tossed up for him
Maguire heads the ball into the crowd at Amnesia nightclub in Ibiza to appease the fans
Maguire has been on holiday in Ibiza following the World Cup with his girlfriend and friends
Maguire has been holidaying with his girlfriend, Fern Hawkins, and other friends on the Spanish island as he enjoys some time off after England’s World Cup campaign.
In the video on social media, someone tosses a big inflatable ball above Maguire who duly obliges and heads it into the crowd to a rapture of noise.
He waves to the fans as some begin to chant: ‘Oh, Harry Maguire’.
Maguire (left) shot to fame during the World Cup as he stood out as one of England’s stars
Maguire celebrated his girlfriend Fern Hawkins’s birthday during their trip to Ibiza
Hawkins has posted a number of photos of the pair together as they enjoy time on holiday
He caught the attention of the world during the tournament and has since been linked with a big money move to Man United.
The 25-year-old first graced the Premier League with Hull City where some impressive performances saw him earn a £12million transfer to Leicester last summer despite Hull’s relegation.
Following another good season and his ability to fit into Gareth Southgate’s back-three system, Magurie claimed his place in England’s starting eleven.
Now, he could be set to join Jose Mourinho – who has admitted in an interview with ESPN he would still like to sign two more players.