Jose Mourinho ready to offer Luke Shaw for Danny Rose

Luke Shaw of Manchester United speaks to Carlos Lalin Manchester United coach after he is forced off with a injury during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Swansea

The 22-year-old English global first suffered a horrific leg-break injury in United's Champions League tie against PSV and he never really recovered since then.

Luke Shaw's agent, Jonathon Barnett, has said that his client is "loving" life at Old Trafford despite the speculation in the previous twelve months.

Shaw, who only started nine Premier League matches last season, is closing on a return to fitness after missing the end of last season with ankle ligament damage.

Shaw, 22, has been linked with a switch to Tottenham this week as part of a swap deal that would see fellow left-back Danny Rose move the other way.

Luke Shaw's agent has dismissed the possibility of his player leaving Manchester United, claiming that he "loves" the club.

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Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind are likely to fill in for Shaw at left-back in his absence, although manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that the England worldwide could be back in action next month.

Shaw has been in midst of heavy criticism by Jose Mourinho and for all the right reasons.

Shaw became one the most eligible young full-backs of Europe with his display in the 2013-14 season with Southampton, and Manchester United were successful in acquiring his services in June 2014. Even though he is still young and has better years ahead of him, his constant injury niggles remain United's reason to worry about.

"It's good to have them here, it's been good for them to be with us and recover with the group".

"Luke Shaw is the first one to recover, Marcos will be last and Ash will be in between". The likes of Daley Blind, Marcos Rojo, Matteo Darmian, and Ashley Young have all played there, but Mourinho is eager to find a player naturally suited to it.

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