Maguire, 25, shone with his performances for England at this summer's World Cup and his stock rose considerably in Russian Federation, convincing United that he could be the man to bolster Jose Mourinho's defence at Old Trafford.
"We pushed and we played against a team who were deep on the pitch".
Meanwhile, Claude Puel's Leicester City does not have as many personnel issues as Mourinho but key players, Jamie Vardy and Harry Maguire, did return late to training following their World Cup exploits. "It would have been a good reward for our play".
"We have to prepare this season with good possibility".
"After Riyad it was important to keep our players and add some good players with good attributes to strengthen the team".
The pair looked in good form in pre-season and it's now down to them to prove to Jose he doesn't need to sign a new centre-back. Coming from Man City to Leicester and playing against Man United I think the City fans are going to support us in that game.
"For us it is not possible". It is not serious'.
The 21-year-old Iheanacho, who was signed from Manchester City in 2017, has scored eight goals in 28 appearances for Leicester City.
Mourinho comes into the game without having managed to sign the defender he wanted on transfer deadline day, so the only new face on show will be Brazilian ace Fred.
The Leicester City defender was reportedly a £65 million target for the Old Trafford club but the Foxes wouldn't sell.
That makes it seven summer signings at Leicester - following Ricardo Pereira, Jonny Evans, James Maddison, Danny Ward and Rachid Ghezzal.