MANCHESTER UNITED star Harry Maguire has been pictured for the first time since his bomb scare.
The United captain, 29, was the victim of a bomb threat on Thursday with police having to search his house.
Police dog sniffers found no evidence of explosive material inside his Cheshire mansion following the threatening email.
And on Friday morning Maguire was seen for the first time since the scare while driving into Carrington for United training.
United boss Ralf Rangnick commented on the incident, saying: “I haven’t seen him (Maguire) because I only got to know about this terrible, terrible thing yesterday afternoon and I haven’t been able to speak with him.
“It’s another bad sign of the crazy world we’re living in, I feel sorry for Harry he had that terrible experience, he knows everyone is behind him, the club, his teammates.
“It’s sad enough that crazy things like that happen.”
The Red Devils take on Arsenal in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off and Maguire, who is available for the clash, says he will not be forced out of the club.
A source close to the defender told The Sun: “Harry will not be forced out of Manchester United by this kind of threat.
“His number one priority will always be the safety of his family but he’s also got the strength of character to deal with this. It looks like the work of some cowardly fan.
“If that proves to be the case, they are an utter disgrace to the name of this proud football club.”
Maguire has come under fire for his performances this season, with the latest criticism coming after the England defender was at fault for Liverpool’s first goal on Tuesday.
And although he has acknowledged some performances have been below par, Maguire argues he would not be getting picked consistently if he was playing badly.