Shaw fiercely defends his loyalty to Manchester United against doubting critics

Luke Shaw faced an injury at the end of Manchester United’s season, yet he secured a spot in Gareth Southgate’s initial Euro 2024 team.
Luke Shaw retaliated against critics questioning his loyalty to Manchester United after a season plagued with injuries.
The defender, who only played 15 matches due to a muscle injury, received an invitation to Gareth Southgate’s provisional 33-man team for Euro 2024, even though his chances of making the final cut are slim.
In a statement on Instagram, Shaw expressed his desire to play and triumph with United, addressing doubts about his allegiance to the club and his readiness to represent England despite his current physical condition.
He emphasized his commitment to both clubs but acknowledged that his fitness is not at its peak, assuring fans that he is dedicated to regaining full strength.
Shaw’s main priority is getting back in shape, with readiness for any upcoming challenges this summer as his primary goal.
England is scheduled to play two warm-up games ahead of the Euros, with Southgate planning to reveal his official 26-player squad following a match against Iceland on June 7.

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