Erik ten Hag dropped the 28-year-old as a substitute for the Red Devils in their 2-1 home win over Liverpool on Monday. And referred to have to sit on the sidelines again in the first match away to Southampton on Saturday.
Speaking of Maguire’s potential return to BT Sport, Scholes said: “(Maguire will not start) even Rafael Varane or anyone else. injured which is the only way to get him back on the field That was what he had hoped for. But it would be good for him if the team kept winning like this.”
“It can be a difficult time. Because no player wants to be drop to sit on the sidelines. But I think this is the right thing and it will be good for him in the long run if United can win 6-7 games in a row and he returns to the pitch in a team full of confidence. He will still have many games to play.”
“Vanran has a problem with injury, in the League Cup, Europa League games he will not want to play but if United want to keep playing. It will be easier to send Maguire on the pitch.”