Manchester United legend Gary Neville has advised current Red Devils defender Harry Maguire to seek help from a psychiatrist to help him get back to his best.
The United captain has been under great pressure in the last period due to his low level at the end of last season, and he has also refrained from participating regularly with coach Tin Hag.
Neville spoke on the “BBC Radio 5 Live” program and explained that he went through the same experience, and he could not get out of this crisis except by dealing with a psychiatrist.
He said: “I was in the same condition and the pain lasted for eight months in football. I was bad, and I lost my confidence.”
He continued, “When I lost my confidence, I went and saw a psychiatrist to help me during those moments
He continued: ‘I would suggest that he do what I did, I got a psychiatrist and asked for help, you need outside help sometimes.’
Maguire had appeared disappointingly in yesterday’s match against Germany, where he was awarded a penalty, and was booed by some of the England fans.
But Neville sees it as a matter of time and he will return, and admitted that he sympathizes with Maguire during the current crisis he is going through, and also suggested that he be with the England team in the World Cup
He added: “It’s a difficult period for Harry, it’s inevitable, but there’s nothing you can do but show up, do your best and not give up.”
He continued: “At some point, he will return to his form because he was an excellent player with United and the England national team at times.”
He concluded: “He should go to the World Cup, Harry has done well with England