Manchester United captain Harry Maguire enjoyed a ‘five-hour drinking session’ racking up a bar bill rumoured to be around £63,000 before his alleged attack on a policeman while on a night out with pals on the Greek island of Mykonos, fresh reports claim. The England international was arrested after being accused of punching an officer in a brawl which broke out after his sister, Daisy, was stabbed, it was claimed this weekend. Maguire had flown to the party island after his side crashed out of the Europa League to Sevilla last Sunday and hit a series of bars and clubs with his entourage of friends and family over the days that followed. Witnesses say they saw the defender spending thousands of pounds drinking expensive booze and eating lobster before the trouble is said to have erupted. It comes amid claims from the vice-president of the Piraeus Bar Association that if Maguire, who appeared in court on Saturday, is convicted of the alleged assault, he could, theoretically, avoid three years in jail by paying daily fees, potentially totalling £90,000 – less than half of his weekly wage. The 27-year-old was also charged with attempting to bribe an officer, with police sources denying… Read full this story
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