Manchester United star left-back Luke Shaw has prepared for the new role at Euro with England national team as Gareth Southgate will be keen to get his best from his players.
Luke Shaw is expected to be played as a central defender in the England squad in the Euros especially against Croatia contrary to his normal position on the left. Reports claim manager Gareth Southgate is keen on employing 3-4-3 formation so as the team could not feel the impact of Maguire absence.
Shaw has seen his performance rise every game while at Manchester United and being called in the England squad was not big news as many expected him to be included. Shaw has been also used on central defending with his club boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and he did impressive work.
Maguire suffered an injury while on the club level and he is not in a position to start Euros something England are worried about their defence but Southgate is ready to use the aforementioned tactic to silence his opponents.
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