Man Utd 'love' Luke Shaw; have no plans to sell defender

Man Utd 'love' Luke Shaw; have no plans to sell defender

It has recently been claimed that the England worldwide could be used by Man United in an attempt to sign Tottenham Hotspur's Danny Rose this summer, but according to Shaw's agent, the left-back will not be leaving Old Trafford.

Shaw has been linked with a Untied exit in recent months, with Tottenham star Danny Rose backed to replace the former Southampton ace.

He admitted he would be keen on a move north and even though he has released an apology, stands by his interview and his stance on a possible move to United remains unchanged.

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"Luke Shaw is going to be one of the best left-backs in the world", he told IBTimesUK.

However, Shaw's agent has blasted the reports and says the defender will stay at Old Trafford to become one of the "best left-backs in the world".

The 22-year-old has only recently returned to first-team training following a period on the sidelines with an ankle injury and is not expected to be fit until September.

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"Manchester United love him and Luke Shaw loves Manchester United".

"It's good for them to be with us, to recover with the group and I have to say the group is really strong and really together and, for them, important to be with us than working in Manchester alone".

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