The £80m defender allegedly then said to cops: “Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich, I can give you money, I can pay you, please let us go.”
Maguire’s guilty verdict will pose a problem for Gareth Southgate, who has named the United skipper in his England squad for the upcoming international matches.
Southgate is reportedly talking to FA chiefs and plans further discussions with Maguire before considering whether to drop him.
The lawyer who assisted the prosecution has demanded an apology from Maguire and his two co-defendants.
He told Sky News: “When you’re a sportsman and a role model you have to accept what you’ve done and say sorry.
“Until today, we haven’t had that – they have said it’s all the fault of the policeman.
“This was not accepted by the court. The victims and the policeman were assaulted. The only thing they want is an apology.”
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