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Antonio Conte of Chelsea ready for Manchester Utd star bid

20 mart 2018 Tuesday 12:33
Antonio Conte of Chelsea ready for Manchester Utd star bid

CHELSEA are readying a summer bid for Manchester United star Luke Shaw.

Jose Mourinho criticises Luke Shaw's performance v Brighton

The England international is set to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season.

Jose Mourinho dragged Shaw off at half-time of United’s 2-0 FA Cup win against Brighton on Saturday night.

The Special One then publicly criticised the 22-year-old after the game, claiming he cannot follow instructions.

And according to the Daily Mail, Chelsea are ready to offer Shaw an escape route out of Old Trafford.

They say Shaw, who is a Chelsea fan, will likely leave United this summer - unless Mourinho goes first.

The Mail add that Shaw’s camp are aware of the Blues’ interest and the defender could be open to heading to Stamford Bridge.

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“Chelsea are readying a summer bid for Manchester United star Luke Shaw”

Should Shaw decide to quit United due to Mourinho’s treatment, it’s claimed that Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham and Everton could also join the race for the left-back.

A source close to Shaw yesterday revealed the England ace is ready to leave United after unfair treatment from Mourinho.

"Mourinho's treatment of Luke is an absolute disgrace. If he has a problem with him, the decent thing to do would be to keep it in-house," the source told Sky Sports.

"If this kind of abuse happened in any other workplace, there would be a case for constructive dismissal. It's disgusting.

Daily Mail

Updated: 20.03.2018 13:23
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