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Luke Shaw sets off alarm at Man United as the injury changes his future

Manchester United team injuries are a real concern for the season.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are looking to keep the same great results in the next part of the season, but they might have to make some changes to the team now.

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Manchester United office and managers are aware that the injuries have been a constant problem in the current season for the red devils, but the fact is that right now the team is looking to go ahead and make sure that they have the best possible line up for most of the games until the season ends, as this could be key for the team in the next few months.

This is one problem that Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the INEOS office are looking to change in the next part of the season, as it has been reported that they are ready to go ahead and look for players that could play on a game to game basis as this would allow the team to have a consistent line up for the next seasons to boost their chances as well.

Now the most recent concern is the left back for the team, Luke Shaw, now that it has been reported that after he was subbed out of the Man United vs Luton Town game, he was injured, and while there was some hope that he could get back in the next few months, the situation has changed for the defender.

Luke Shaw and the doctors of the team have confirmed that the left back suffered the same injury in the same leg that kept him out of the team for the last three months, and this situation could keep him out of the line up or even the squad for the rest of the season as his recovery could now be much more complicated than the first time as well.

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Luke Shaw problem

The main concern is that Luke Shaw was not ready to play the game against Luton Town, and the fact that he was in the line up so quickly could have made the injury even worst for the player and for his future in the line up.

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