Manchester United fans have been hit by a big blow as the Manchester club prepares to face Tottenham in the Premier League this coming weekend.
Reports claim Manchester United star Luke Shaw has missed today's training sessions which could mean he could not be available against Spurs on Saturday.
Shaw was not among the group who trained at Carrington and the club has not issued any statement about his missing from training at this time, it is yet to be known why he was not in training as Cristiano Ronaldo was got on cameras training alone away from the first team.
Shaw has lacked consistency this season and is one of the players at Manchester United who are not performing at the levels fans demand Old Trafford. And he has been slammed on many occasions by club supporters something which has awarded Alex Telles some playing minutes.
This comes at a time when Manchester United is pushing for a top-four finish this season and the coming fixture is very important for Ralf Rangnick's side as it will determine if they will continue to fight for a top-four finish. ours is to wait and see what happens at the end of 90 minutes on Saturday.
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