Manchester United skipper, Harry Maguire, has been blamed for endeavoring to pay off cops, following his capture on the Greek island of Mykonos.
Maguire, who procures £190,000-a-week at Old Trafford, was kept for the time being, alongside two other men, after a fight during which the 27-year-old turned out to be‘very abusive and aggressive’ towards officers.
The England defender was moved to Syros, where he will confront a state investigator.
“A case file was opened against the trio for the occasional offenses of violence against officials – court officials, disobedience, bodily harm, insult and attempted bribery of an employee,” a statement from the Greek court said on Friday.
Maguire had been getting a charge out of a summer break with his life partner, Fern Hawkins.
He was captured with a few of his United colleagues, including Marcus Rashford and Brandon Williams, prior on Thursday, however nor were said to have been at the location of the occurrence.
United, in an announcement, affirmed they knew about the occurrence and noticed that Maguire was completely co-working with the Greek authorities.