Luke Shaw rewarded for his season with a new four-year contract to stay at Manchester United.

Luke Shaw agrees new four-year deal to stay at Manchester United
Luke Shaw has reportedly agreed to a new four-year deal with Manchester United, extending his services to the Red Devils for over a decade. The 27-year-old defender joined the club in 2014 and has now become a key player under manager Erik ten Hag, who reportedly rewarded Shaw for his growing maturity and presence in the squad. The talks between the owners and Shaw have been successful, with the defender now set to continue playing for United. Shaw’s impressive performance this season, playing 35 games, scoring once, and getting six assists, has made him a critical part of United’s run to the Carabao Cup trophy and their preparation for the Europa League quarter-finals in April. Despite his success with the club, Shaw’s country experience seemed to go awry after receiving two yellow cards in England’s win over Italy last week. Nevertheless, Shaw’s reported new contract is reassuring for United fans amidst the Glazers’ search for a buyer for the club. Three takeover bids have been submitted so far, but Shaw remains committed to the club that he joined in a £30m transfer from Southampton.

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