According to a report, Manchester United are ready to offer Luke Shaw a new contract, where his current deal, which was signed three years ago, runs until 2023, although United have the option to extend that by a year.
The England international has been one of the standout performers in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side this season.
Luke Shaw has spent several years at Old Trafford ever since 2014, making him one of the club’s longest-serving players despite only being in his mid-20s.
However, the Red Devils are not prepared to leave anything to chance and could be set to offer Shaw a bumper new contract instead. That is according to a report in the Daily Mirror, which suggests United will sit down with Shaw’s representatives in the coming months.
Meanwhile, Shaw praised Solskjaer last month: “Ole’s style is benefiting me the most and that I have had for a while. His man-management is second to none, he is really good,”
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“I feel he knows exactly what he needs to do to get the best out of the players.
“It is always nice to have an arm around the shoulder, I would be lying if I said it doesn’t make you feel better, but it is just the confidence and belief that the manager has shown in me has pushed me on to another level.
“There is still much more to come I think and I am still quite young so I still have time to improve.”