Shaw still loved at Manchester United

Shaw still loved at Manchester United

Shaw still loved at Manchester United

The 22-year-old was publicly criticised by United manager Jose Mourinho for refusing to play through the pain when injured but it appears that Shaw will be staying at the club, despite the speculation surrounding him.

That's according to the England international's agent Jonathan Barnett.

With Shaw, Rojo and Young out of action with injuries, Mourinho has the option of deploying Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind in the left-back position.

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Shaw is currently out with a knee injury as his teammates open the Premier League season now at home versus West Ham.

Rose has been frequently linked with the Red Devils this summer, and he recently stated that he is ready to listen to offers.

However, Shaw's representative Jonathan Barnett stressed that his client also loves United and backed the England worldwide to be one of the best left-backs in the world. In fact, he has even tipped the defender to become one of the "best left-backs in the world".

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The agent of Luke Shaw however dismisses that notion, and he maintains as the late great Heavy D. would say "nothing but love" exists for his client.

United have spent £145million this summer on Romelu Lukaku, Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic but Mourinho remains keen to strengthen his squad.

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