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Luke Shaw’s injury woes continue as he is forced off vs Swansea

Date Posted,April 29, 2017

Luke Shaw‘s injury worries continue as the Manchester United left-back was forced off during Sunday’s clash with Swansea.

The 21-year-old hobbled off after just 10 minutes with what looked like an ankle injury, the latest in his frustrating string of recent injuries.

The former Southampton man faced a year on the sidelines after breaking his leg at PSV Eindhoven in September 2015 and suffered a groin injury almost immediately after returning.

Coupled with a manager in Jose Mourinho who seemed intent on marginalising him from the squad, and Shaw has had a nightmare could of years at Old Trafford.

He could well be on his way out of the club this summer, with the Red Devils looking at other options at left-back.

Luke Shaw suffers another injury against Swansea (Photo: Jan Kruger)
Luke Shaw suffers another injury against Swansea (Photo: Getty)

The latest injury could have an impact on Shaw’s summer, as he had been pencilled in to play for England U-21s.

The left-back is still waiting to learn if he is part of boss Jose Mourinho’s long-terms plans.

Shaw, 21, has started just 10 Premier League matches this term and is now pencilled in to play for Aidy Boothroyd’s U21 side.

England’s young lions are in the UEFA U21 European Championship in Poland this summer in June.

They are in Group A with hosts Poland, Slovakia and Sweden.

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