A Greece court has found Harry Maguire guilty of all charges in relation to an incident which occurred in Mykonos last week.
Last Thursday night, the Manchester United defender, his brother and a friend were arrested after a fight broke out after a night out, events which led to charges of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and repeated attempts of bribery being alleged against the trio.
While reports have documented how Maguire’s sister was allegedly injected with a suspected ‘rape drug’ before any arrests were made, a court hearing was scheduled for Tuesday against the wishes of the 27-year-old’s representatives.
On Tuesday evening, a court announced that Maguire had been convicted of all charges, which includes assaulting a police officer and an effort to limit any punishment.
Although Maguire’s lawyer has previously insisted that United skipper will not face a spell in prison, the Englishman, Joe Maguire and Christopher Sharman must now awaiting sentencing.
Maguire had been named in Gareth Southgate‘s England squad for the upcoming fixtures against Iceland and Denmark respectively.