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MANCHESTER UNITED, Mourinho on SHAW: "I think he'll be here many years long"

09.02.2018 21.24 by Claudio Colla  read 1374
Source: Sky Sports UK
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Asked about rumours having English international left-back Luke Shaw (22) leave next summer, Manchester United boss, José Mourinho: "I know Shaw since he started playing Premier League for Southampton. And I know his potential, his quality. Could he come in my direction in the way I like players to be, not just on the pitch, but also during the training week? He made a big effort. He is now, for a few months, free of these minor injuries, which sometimes stop progress, and I am really happy. I think the natural consequence of it is he will have a new contract, and he will be a Manchester United player many years long".

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