Manchester United defender Harry Maguire has sent a video to members of staff at the club to share his thanks for their hard work amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Maguire, who joined United from Leicester last summer for a fee of £80m, has been an active member in his local community recently, and he recently arranged for food packages to be distributed to elderly people in his native Sheffield.
The 27-year-old also played a key role in the forming of #PlayersTogether, the movement whereby players donate part of their salaries to the NHS.
And Maguire has now attempted to give a boost to employees at United with a video he sent to all members of the club from his sofa.
In it, he said: "Hi guys. I hope everyone is well. I just want to say hello and thank you.
"I know a lot of you are working from home which isn’t easy in this difficult time but keep up the good work.
"Also, the people who are volunteering for the NHS and working in their local communities, we are really proud of you so keep up that too. It’s just a big thank you from myself and all the players and all the club.
"Hopefully we can get back to normality soon and everyone can get back to their own business and we can move forward.
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