Harry Maguire remained at Leicester City despite offers from other clubs.
The England international admitted several clubs were interested in his signature following the Russia 2018 world cup performance, but says he owed it to the king power stadium outfit to stay.
From the Report, Manchester united bids for the 25-year-old centre half several times but been turned down by Leicester city, with the Foxes saying Harry was not for sale.
Maguire sign for Leicester city from Hull city in 2017 and says he had to stay with the Foxes because of the faith the club had put in him.
Maguire scored a late winner for the Foxes at Southampton last month.
“I spoke with Leicester after a bit of offers from clubs, and they reiterated that I wasn’t for sale and I respected that decision.
“They gave me the chance to play in the Premier League, when I had just been relegated with Hull. They gave me that opportunity and it is a club I am really enjoying my time at. I am playing week-in and week-out, which is important to me.
“They have given me the platform to play at the World Cup, so I feel I owe them and I respect that decision. Now I am looking forward to the season.”