Harry Maguire’s retrial over assault and bribery charges in Greece has been postponed and could be cancelled, according to a report.
Maguire was arrested on the Greek island of Mykonos while on holiday with friends and family in August 2020 following
an altercation, spending two nights in police custody.READ MORE
He was taken to court in the days after the incident and found guilty of bodily harm, attempted bribery and violence,
but key evidence was withheld from the trial and this conviction was quickly quashed.
The Sun now reports that due to a legal strike, Maguire’s case has been postponed and will not take place
until March 2025 at the earliest. There is a real possibility it may never go ahead as officials fear it could have negative repercussions on Mykonos’ reputation and tourism.
“I don’t feel I owe an apology to anybody. An apology is something when you have done something wrong,” Maguire said. “I regret putting the fans and club through this but I did nothing wrong.