Tottenham Look to Agree $86,000-a-week Star Signing

Manchester United splashed heavy cash to sign Luke Shaw from Southampton when Louis van Gaal was in charge of the club.
The England international was considered as one of the brightest defenders during his time with the Saints but since moving to Old Trafford, Shaw has mainly been an injury prone player.
In his first season with the Red Devils, Luke only featured in 16 league games. Last season, he could only feature in 5 PL games and this season, he has only played 7 league games so far.
According to Independent, Mourinho is expected to sell the 21-year-old star next summer and the likes of Tottenham and Chelsea are interested in signing him.
The £70,000-a-week ($86,000-a-week) star (Star) recently recovered from a groin injury but even after the recovery, Jose kept the former Saints defender out of the squad against Reading (FA Cup), Hull (EFL Cup) and Liverpool (Premier League).
As per the provided Independent link, Tottenham’s interest in Shaw is directly linked with Danny Rose’s future. Spurs have the best defense and Rose is arguably the best left back in the PL.
It is almost impossible that Pochettino will look to replace Danny with Luke. Shaw can be signed as a cover left back since Spurs do not have quality depth in that position but they must take his injury record into consideration.
In your opinion, should Spurs sign Luke Shaw?
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  1. matt88008 says:

    Well, Luke Shaw is a life long Chelsea supporter, so if he is going to be sold, they are the most likely destination for him. Also, to correct your comment about our cover options at left back, Ben Davies is a perfectly respectable replacement for Danny and can also play the left side of a back three, in a 3-5-2 formation. So factually we don’t need Luke Shaw. Much more likely we would go for Ryan Sessegnon, the young Fulham fullback.

  2. LarryB says:

    Reality check A: He wouldn’t want to come to Spurs
    Reality check B; Spurs wouldn’t want him, he upgrades nothing.
    Aside from that, good call

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