Harry Maguire noticed consuming at 5* Turkey resort after Euro 2024 heartbreak

Harry Maguire has seemingly put his Euro 2024 woes behind him, after he was spotted drinking at a holiday resort in Turkey.

Maguire was dropped from the England squad a week before the team flew out to Germany for the nation’s first game this weekend. However, despite citing fitness and form issues as reasons for the chop, it seems as if Harry has put all of that to one side to enjoy some family time at a top Turkish resort.

Onlookers who saw him said Maguire arrived at the Maxx Royal Belek resort on Wednesday and was seen drinking around the pool with his family. They said he had spent hours by the pool, “drinking and relaxing” at the resort, which is a five star golf and spa hotel, located on the coast of Belek.

READ MORE: Man who uncovered inbred Whittaker family says ‘they’ve been lying to me the whole time’

Click for more of the latest news from across the world from the Daily Star.

He's clearly not that upset about the England snub
He’s clearly not that upset about the England snub

A room can set you back £554 a night for a suite or £865 for a two-bedroom family room. Maguire hasn’t played since April when he suffered a muscle issue in training. This meant he would not recover in time for the tournament.

The holiday goer, who spotted Maguire, said: “He is in very good spirits. He is looking very relaxed. He must have booked the holiday very last minute. They only announced the squad a few days ago.”

He looked chilled, said one onlooker
He looked chilled, said one onlooker

The relaxing holiday is a world away from his social media post about not going to the Euro’s, put up on Instagram shortly after Gareth Southgate left him out.

He wrote: “I am devastated not to have been selected to play for England at the Euros this summer. Despite my best efforts, I have not been able to overcome an injury to my calf.

Harry will not be with England in Germany
Harry will not be with England in Germany

“Maybe I pushed myself too hard, to try and make it. Simply, I am absolutely gutted. For me, representing England is the highest honour. It means everything to me. If I can’t help the team as a player, I will support them as a fan – along with the rest of the country.

‘Go and win it boys. Next, I will return to the supervision of the Manchester United medical team in order to prepare for next season.”

For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletters.