Date: 23rd March 2018 at 9:00am
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It`s been a strange couple of months for the Manchester United left-back, Luke Shaw.

In fact, as far as his Old Trafford career goes it has been a real topsy-turvy time.

It only seems like yesterday that Luke Shaw had forced his way back into the affections of Jose Mourinho and was being heralded, by the boss, as being the best left-back in the Premier League.

But it appears to have all gone sour again.

Rumours of another training ground bust up have emerged and last weekend, in the FA Cup tie against Brighton and Hove Albion, an FA Cup quarter-final which United won but with Mourinho subsequently criticising the whole side apart from Nemanja Matic, Shaw was substituted at half-time.

Once again, speculation is rife that Shaw will now be leaving the club, as soon as the opportunity arises, with the news vehicle, ESPN, suggesting that the talented 22-year-old could be following the route several former Manchester United players have trod, to Everton.

Here at Vital Manchester United we rate Shaw highly and we reckon if he is sold it could, down the line, be something that Manchester United come to regret.