Luke Shaw told he can leave Manchester United in January transfer window

Aubrey Yates
November 3, 2017

Luke Shaw could be set for a loan-spell away from Manchester United as the defender continues to see his game-time restricted by Jose Mourinho.

The England worldwide has only made two appearances so far this season both of which have come in the Carabao Cup and he will likely leave the club during the near future as he does not appear to be a part of Jose Mourinho's future plans.

According to The Sun, the defender is not in Mourinho's plans for the rest of the campaign and is said to be open to sanctioning a move when the transfer window reopens in January. "He has been on the bench a few times recently but his injury problems are a concern". He has been working hard in training.

"It has been difficult for him as he is trying his hardest but has had no luck over the past couple of years, at all", the source added.

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However, with full backs so integral to the way Pep Guardiola likes to play his style of football, they were rocked with the news that Benjamin Mendy had ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament to keep him out of action for the majority of the season.

However, The Mirror report that Tottenham will attempt to block Jose Mourinho's move for Rose in January, just as they did when the Red Devils boss came calling for midfielder Eric Dier over the summer.

Shaw made his first strides as a senior player at Southampton, graduating from the academy to make his first-team debut in 2011 before impressing enough under manager Mauricio Pochettino to earn his big-money move to Old Trafford.

MirrorSport revealed on September 5 that United had taken up a one-year option to automatically extend his deal until 2019.

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