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Manchester united set to offer £40,000 a week pay rise to outstanding star



Luke Shaw


Manchester United are reportedly set to offer Luke Shaw a contract worth £190,000-a-week in an effort to both reward the left-back and tie down his future to the club, According to the Daily Star.

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The report claims that Shaw will be offered a new deal that prolongs his stay at the club to the summer of 2026. Luke Shaw’s current contract expires at the end of the 2022/23 season.

However, Luke Shaw currently earns £150,000-a-week with Manchester united, but will be rewarded with a £40,000-a-week increment after an excellent season.

Shaw has been on top form at United since the 18/19 season, after a hectic summer of that overcame his previous fitness issues, whilst he is no longer being hampered by constant injuries.

Luke Shaw has made 40 appearances across all competitions this season, being the best left-back in the Premier League this term, contributing five assists and a goal in the top-flight so far.

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Manchester united signed Shaw in the summer of 2014 for an initial fee of £27m in a deal worth up to £31m, per BBC Sport, with the star enduring hardship during his first few years at Old Trafford.

Shaw made his first appearance for England since September 2018 last month, in a return that was unfortunately delayed by an injury earlier this season.

Shaw grasped the opportunity and now the Three Lions are set to head into the Euros with Gareth Southgate indecisive between Ben Chilwell and the Man United man on the left side.

It’s quite a great news about Luke Shaw’s incredible turn around after struggling at united since he was signed as a youngster from Southampton, he’s praises should be said more often than he was fiercely criticized.

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