The 48-year old manager confirmed this to the club Media Stewart Gardner. "Harry was on the grass this morning [October 15th] and that was the first day out there," he said.
Meanwhile, Maguire has missed two matches [Villareal and Everton], after sustaining a calf injury in the 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa.
Meanwhile, the 28-year old player's partner, Rafael Varane was ruled out for few weeks, after sustaining a groin in the UEFA Nations League final.
As the 28-year old player was ruled out for few weeks, it means he will not be available for selection on Saturday at King Power stadium, but who will feature ahead of him? There are three players [centre backs available] that will feature ahead of him. The three players are Victor Lindelof, Phil Jones, and Eric Bailly. Victor Lindelof has featured 4 premier league matches this season while Phil Jones and Eric Bailly are yet to feature for a premier league match this season.
Who do you want to feature ahead of injured Rafael Varane? Let's hear your thought on the comment section.
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