A host of clubs are reportedly ready to save Manchester United’s Luke Shaw from his nightmare at Old Trafford, per the Daily Star.
It is rumoured Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Newcastle United are interested in bringing the former Southampton player to bolster their options.
Shaw cost Manchester United £30 million in 2014, but with just over a year left on a contract, it is believed he has a desire to leave the side for first-team football.
The defender suffered a horror injury last season and has struggled to break in to Jose Mourinho’s XI this campaign.
The 21-year-old has made just 15 appearances in all competitions this term; often losing out to Matteo Darmian or Daley Blind.
The Red Devils are thought to be ready to accept an offer in the region of £15m, which has put potential suitors on high alert.
Sam Allardyce and Mark Hughes are more than willing to bring the promising left-back to their clubs, but with interest from Rafael Benitez’s side could make things more challenging for the Premier League sides.
However, the interest from Newcastle will only be beneficial for Shaw should the Magpies win promotion from the Championship this season.
The defender was surprisingly called-up into the latest England squad for their internationals against Germany and Lithuania by Gareth Southgate, despite not playing regular football.