Sam Allardyce expects Luke Shaw to be available for this weekends’ Manchester derby despite the England full-back having "a slight problem" with his leg.
Luke Shaw is expected to be fit for the Manchester derby on September 10th even though he has just withdrawn from the England squad.
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw completed his road to recovery from a broken leg by playing in a preseason friendly.
Luke Shaw is closing in on a return to action with the Manchester United full-back pencilled in to play in the International Champions Cup against Borussia Dortmund in July.
Louis van Gaal has officially confirmed what most of us expected – Luke Shaw will not feature in this weekends' showpiece event at Wembley.
Luke Shaw is confident he can return from injury before the end of the season after stepping up his recovery from a double leg fracture in recent weeks.
Manchester United have confirmed that Luke Shaw underwent surgery in Eindhoven last night following a Hector Moreno "horror tackle" which left the defender with a double leg fracture.
Luke Shaw, who has been enjoying a far better second season at Manchester United than his first, has been withdrawn from their Champions League match with PSV after 19 minutes after suffering a "crunching tackle".
Luke Shaw will miss Manchester United's final match of the season as he recovers from a concussion.
Luke Shaw's injury issues continued last weekend as he came off early in the win over Crystal Palace and he has failed to shake off the injury in the intervening week.
Luke Shaw's injury issues continued in Week 36 as the former Southampton man was forced off after 40 minutes at Selhurst Park.
Luke Shaw has been declared fit for the Week 36 trip to Selhurst Park after missing Week 35 with a groin injury.
Luke Shaw has suffered yet another injury as a groin injury will keep him out of Manchester United's Week 35 match with West Bromwich Albion.
After five weeks on the sidelines, Luke Shaw gave his best performance in a Red Devils uniform against Chelsea.