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THE SCOTTISH SUN 🔵 Maguire and Hojlund get nasty surprise after breakfast with Man Utd stars

HARRY Maguire and Rasmus Hojlund got more than they bargained for when they met up with their teammates for a swanky breakfast.

The Red Devils duo were out for a team bonding meal this morning when they returned to an unwelcome surprise after eating.

Harry Maguire was handed a parking ticket while out for breakfast

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Harry Maguire was handed a parking ticket while out for breakfastCredit: Paul Cousans/Zenpix/Mancpicss66
The England star was meeting his Manchester United teammates for some food

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The England star was meeting his Manchester United teammates for some foodCredit: Paul Cousans/Zenpix/Mancpicss66
Rasmus Hojlund also fell victim to the expensive punishment

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Rasmus Hojlund also fell victim to the expensive punishmentCredit: Paul Cousans/Zenpix/Mancpicss66
The striker seemed unbothered as he laughed off the fine

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The striker seemed unbothered as he laughed off the fineCredit: Paul Cousans/Zenpix/Mancpicss66

After a number of hours inside a fancy brunch cafe in Greater Manchester the pair were handed parking tickets.

Both stars were slapped with the fine on their luxury cars, but seemed unbothered by the expense.

In fact Hojlund could be seen laughing off the ticket as he got back in his car to head home.

They’re not the only United players to fall victim of the traffic wardens around Manchester either with a number of other players being hit with fines.

Marcus Rashford is often seeing yellow envelopes stuck to the windows of his flash car collection with the 26-year-old hit by the wandering wardens.

While England teammate Luke Shaw racked up four tickets on one car after leaving his Lamborghini in situ for far too long.

Maguire and Hojlund were meeting a number of other Man Utd players at the cafe with Bruno Fernandes, Jonny Evans and Christian Eriksen understood to be amongst those in attendance.

Erik ten Hag’s squad are trying to shake off a shocking performance on Saturday after they drew 1-1 with Brentford at the G-Tech Community Stadium.

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Man Utd conceded an injury time goal to Brentford that saw them drop two points on the road

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Man Utd conceded an injury time goal to Brentford that saw them drop two points on the roadCredit: Getty

Despite escaping with a draw United were a shadow of the team that pulled off a dramatic 4-3 victory over Liverpool before the international break.

Stats from the clash with the Bees suggested that the Old Trafford outfit were way off the pace – facing 31 shots and conceding 85 touches inside their own penalty area.

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For now though Ten Hag and Co must turn their attention to their clash with Chelsea tomorrow night.

The Manchester giants head south to battle the Blues at Stamford Bridge, but will be without a number of stars for the head-to-head.

Both Lisandro Martinez and Victor Lindelof have been ruled out of the clash with both defenders expected to be sidelined for around a month with injuries.

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