Manchester United’s Luke Shaw could miss the start of the season after it became known that he suffered broken ribs when England beat Germany in the Euro 2020 round of 16.
The left-back was one of the tournament’s top players, providing three assists and scoring once in six games for the Three Lions.
Shaw suffered the injury against Germany in the first knockout round, which means that he went through three full games with the injury.
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The Southampton ex-husband may now be sidelined earlier in the year UnitedSeason and will not return to training for another week.
A Telegraph report said his club asked him to end his participation in the European Championship after discovering he had sustained an injury.
However, Shaw decided to continue playing for Gareth Southgate’s team and excellent in their wins against Ukraine and Denmark before scoring a goal in England’s loss to Italy in the final.
The left-back is currently on vacation and will likely not be rated by the Red Devils until he returns later this month.
Shaw has improved a lot over the past 12 months, regaining his fitness and playing at elite levels for United to beat Ben Chilwell as Southgate’s first choice left-back.
He made 47 appearances in all competitions for Ole Gunner Solskjaer, contributes to seven goals.
Shaw’s main rival for the left-back seat at United, Alex Telles, has reportedly Interested by Inter Milan.
Telles moved from Porto to Old Trafford last summer for around £ 15.4million.
There were reports that Jose Mourinho made an offer this summer to bring Telles to Roma after Italian Leonardo Spinazzola broke his Achilles at Euro 2020.
However, Sky Sport Italia claimed yesterday that Man Utd rejected their loan approach for Telles as the Red Devils are just looking to discuss a permanent move.
And now Inter Milan are ready to test the waters after Calciomercato claims a deal for Telles “has been taking shape in the last few hours”.
They also describe Telles as “investigated” by Roma, with Man Utd looking for a “similar amount” to the £ 15.4 million postage they paid to accept a transfer offer.