Manchester United Football: Luke Shaw sends Manchester United a transfer reminder
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Manchester United Football: Luke Shaw sends Manchester United a
Luke Shaw has completed a move from Southampton to Manchester United. The defender became one
of the most expensive teenagers in the world. He signed a four-year contract with the option to extend it
for another year. Since arriving in Carrington as an 18-year-old on that late June day, Shaw has overcome
various setbacks, including a double leg fracture in the opening weeks of his second season with the Reds,
to become one of the most respected left-backs in world soccer.
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In total, our number 23 has made 186 appearances for United over the last seven years, winning the FA
Cup, Community Shield, EFL Cup and Europa League during his career at Old Trafford. Shaw was named
Sir Matt Busby's Player of the Year and 2018/19 Player of the Year. He won the latter award last month
for the second time in three seasons and will now represent England at the European Championships this
After being released by Chelsea at the age of eight, Shaw joined Southampton's academy where he
progressed through the youth ranks and made his debut for the Saints first team under Nigel Adkins in
2012. The defender was handed his first professional contract at the end of that season following the
club's promotion to the Premier League and soon became a regular in the Saints squad.
His performances in the 2013/14 season earned him a place in the PFA Team of the Year and he was
rewarded for his efforts at the club with his first England call-up and debut on the bench in a friendly
against Denmark when he was just 18 years old. Shaw was part of Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad for the
2014 World Cup in Brazil in the summer. Playing for the Three Lions in the final Group D match against