Harry Maguire meets Tom Grennan backstage as Man Utd star and wife Fern enjoy night out at concert | The Sun

HARRY MAGUIRE met musician Tom Grennan backstage at one of his concerts as the Manchester United star and his wife Fern enjoyed a night out.

Instagram snaps show the loved-up couple letting their hair down after what has been a few topsy-turvy weeks for United.


Maguire has seen the club he captains go from Wembley cup wins to disastrous derby defeats to frustrating goalless draws all in the space of the last fortnight.

But he put that on the backburner for an evening to enjoy British singer Grennan, who put together a concert in Leeds last night as part of his UK tour.

After his performance on stage, Grennan joined Maguire and his wife and some friends and family who tagged along backstage.

The group posed together for a couple of snaps with a grinning Maguire visible in a dark hoodie and black cap.

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Daisy Maguire, Harry's sister, captions her picture: "What a night" with the "raised hands" emojis.

Others present include Daisy's boyfriend, ex-Love Island star Brad McClelland, and Harry's brother Laurence, defender for National League Chesterfield.

Grennan, who was one of the stars of last year's Soccer Aid, has concert dates going all the way until the summer.

By the time he has finished his marathon run, Maguire will be hoping he has helped United collect more silverware.

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The club remain in the Europa League, where they are 4-1 up from their first leg against Real Betis, and face Fulham in the FA Cup fifth round on Sunday.

And they will also be aiming to keep hold of a place in the Premier League's top four, with Casemiro's controversial red card in yesterday's draw with Southampton not aiding their progress.

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