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Luke Shaw Tipped for A Move away to Tottenham

Luke Shaw and Mauricio Pochettino

Manchester United star Luke Shaw has been tipped with a move away from Old Trafford, and he is being linked with a move to English rivals Tottenham Hotspur when the transfer window reopens next month.

The Spurs are not the only English club looking to sign the English left-back as reports covered that North London rivals Arsenal and Newcastle United also keen on the left back and will make an attempt to sign him this January.

Shaw has been scarce in the Red Devils shirt this season, as he could only be able to few appearances with the club in the Premier League. Which could also mean that the manager found him deemed surplus to requirements in the team and could be joining up Tottenham during the winter transfer window.

With Mauricio Pochettino is keen on strengthen up his squad, to redeem their top four hopes in the Premier League as they are only a point short from fourth-place Liverpool, he will be listing Shaw in his top target aligned with Everton’s Ross Barkley to sign in the winter, with the hopes of also increasing their chances in the Champions League.

Ashley Young is currently having more favours in the eyes of Mourinho than Shaw, who is about to get even further down in the pecking order, should the reports of Manchester United to bring in Fulham star Ryan Sessegnon.

The 22-year-old left back contract at Old Trafford has just about six months left, with the Manchester United possessing the option for a 12-month extension, and the button could be pushed later in the year.

However, the Sun claims that both Tottenham and United could just agree over a swap deal that could see Shaw to White Hart Lane and Danny Rose at Old Trafford with the Red Devils manager sad to be keen on the Spurs left back.

A swap deal could just be what both parties needed with no harm done, except to the English clubs who were formerly interested in the players.

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