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Luke Shaw could be ‘out for the season’, fear Manchester United



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According to reports, Manchester United fear that Luke Shaw has suffered a season-ending injury following a reoccurrence of a leg problem.

Manchester United have suffered multiple long-term injuries so far this season, with Lisandro Martínez, Casemiro, Mason Mount, and Tyrell Malacia having all spent extended periods on the sidelines this season.

Defensive injuries have been a particular thorn in Erik ten Hag’s side so far this campaign, and the Dutchman has been dealt another blow as Luke Shaw is feared to be out for the rest of the season.

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According to MailOnline, Shaw has suffered a recurrence of a leg injury in last weekend’s win at Luton, where he was substituted just before half-time.

It is said that Shaw is now likely to miss United’s final 13 Premier League games plus the rest of the club’s FA Cup run, with the club fearing that he will not be fit to play again until after the season is over.

It is also detailed that he may not be fit to play for England during the upcoming EURO 2024 tournament.

Shaw is expected to be out for at least three months but does not require surgery, according to X account INSIDERUTD1.

Shaw already missed the first three months of United’s campaign following a separate thigh problem, and United may rue one of their January transfer decisions.

Shaw’s current backup, Tyrell Malacia, has been out since the end of last season, having undergone multiple knee surgeries, and there is currently no timeline for his return.

Sergio Reguilón was brought in on loan towards the end of the summer window to cover for left-back but had his contract terminated in January, with the club deeming to have had substantial cover once again.

However, with both left-backs now back on the treatment table, Reguilón would have been a perfect option for Ten Hag.