Luke Shaw’s time at Manchester United could come to an end in the upcoming summer, after manager Jose Mourinho criticised him publicly yet again on Saturday.
Shaw was substituted at half-time itself, as the Red Devils went on to beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 in their FA Cup quarter-final tie at Old Trafford.
The England international has received criticism time and time again by Jose, who is growing disillusioned with the left-back.
Shaw did sparkle for the Old Trafford club a few months ago, especially when Ashley Young was suspended. Things looked good for the player, with Mourinho too, claiming that he was happy to see the youngster’s growth and desire to fight.
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But now, that has faded once again. According to a report in the BBC, sources close to the player have said that the former Southampton man is contemplating on a move away from the Mancunian club.
The recent criticism post the FA Cup has not been taken well by Shaw, and he has somewhat made up his mind to find opportunities elsewhere.
The defender got a rare start against Brighton, with the Portuguese trusting Young at left-back in important games. But Shaw could not put in a commendable show, with Jose stating after the game that certain players lacked the personality and class.
One of the targeted players was Shaw, as Mourinho directly stated that he wasn’t happy with the Englishman’s performance.
With eight matches left in the league and a semi-final clash at the FA Cup, it appears that Shaw would not be called upon.