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Luke Shaw agrees with Man United fans on starlet, he’s one to watch next season



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Luke Shaw agrees with Manchester United fans over one talented academy player and believes he’s one to watch out for in the future.

Shaw, 28, has travelled to Germany for the Euro 2024 campaign with England after overcoming an injury that ruled him out of the back end of the season for United.

The defender had a difficult time with injury last term and will hope that this tournament will give him the chance to build confidence ahead of next season.

Erik ten Hag’s side were heavily impacted by the Englishman’s unavailability, particularly because Tyrell Malacia was also out of action for the entire season.

The likes of Victor Lindelöf and Sofyan Amrabat had to occupy the position at times, however, it appears that there will be added depth at left-back through the academy talent within the club.

Harry Amass is one of the most highly-rated players within the setup at Carrington. The defender was a key player for Adam Lawrence’s under-18s side, which won three trophies last season.

His performance levels led to first-team involvement in training and even games. Amass appeared on the bench seven times for Ten Hag’s side last term.

While he did not make his debut, it seems clear that Amass is closing in on that moment. The club’s supporters are extremely excited to see what he can offer after watching the likes of Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo emerge into the team in recent years.

Shaw, the player who Amass has been compared to beforehand, has also appeared to show his trust in the 17-year-old’s ability during an interview with GOAL this week.

When asked about one young player people should be watching out for, Shaw said, “He’s a young left-back from Man United, Harry Amass.”

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