Harry Maguire's sister Daisy arrives back in UK after being 'stabbed in arm by Albanian gangster sparking boozy brawl'

HARRY Maguire's sister today arrived back in the UK after reportedly being stabbed in the arm – sparking a drunken brawl.

Daisy looked downtrodden as she dragged a suitcase back home in England in just her socks after the drama in Mykonos.

Wearing a green tracksuit, she carried her trainers in her hands and wore her blonde hair in a ponytail.

She later left home in a different outfit – including a Louis Vuitton bag and wet-look leggings.

Brother Laurence Maguire was also pictured at the home in England as his brothers Harry and Joe await their fate in a Greek court.

Daisy had been partying with her family and friends in a swanky nightclub on the island when she was approached by a group of Albanian men.

But she was allegedly stabbed in the arm with a metal straw when she spurned the advances of the “gangster types”.

The jab drew blood and caused her to faint – with big brother Harry stepping in to defend her when a fight broke out.

A source said: “Harry saw what was happening and remonstrated with them and things got heated.

“He decided to try to get out of there and wanted to hail a taxi. But he ended up arguing with some undercover police officers and ended up at the local police station.”

When plain-clothed police came to break it up, the Utd captain was allegedly "verbally abusive to an officer and then hit him".

The £85million centre-back was arrested with two other men after a fight outside a bar on the Greek island in the early hours of Friday morning.

He spent two nights in a cell with brother Joe and another Brit pal before appearing before a court on Saturday in Syros.

They are accused of bodily harm and "serial insult".

Maguire and a pal are have also been charged with serial bribery and violence against officials.

They deny all the charges against them.

Maguire is now understood to have travelled back to the UK ahead of another hearing in court tomorrow, which he does not have to attend.

But the case could be thrown into jeopardy after staff in the building tested positive for coronavirus.

Sheffield-born Maguire became the world's most expensive defender when he signed for Utd from Leicester City for £85million in August last year.

He was named captain in January this year following Ashley Young's departure to Inter Milan.

He is next due to play at Old Trafford for their first game of the season on September 19 against Crystal Palace.

Maguire has made 26 appearances for England and was a key part of the team's journey to theWorld Cup semi-finals in 2018.

But the legal action could throw a spanner in the works for strict England gaffer Gareth Southgate when he names his squad on Tuesday.

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