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Shaw Bid to be Increased!

Shaw Bid to be Increased!

With the trail having gone a little quiet in recent times, it would appear that now England are heading home from Brazil, Manchester United are keen to put the signing of Luke Shaw to bed.

This morning several news sources carry the intimation that United are set to up their bid for the teenage left-back to a massive £34 million.

That figure, if it persuades Southampton to sell will make Shaw the most expensive teenager in history, beating the fee United paid Everton for a certain Wayne Rooney.

The proposed deal, according to the media, would see 18 year-old Shaw, who is set to start for England against Costa Rica tonight, a salary of £100,000 a week.

We`ll endeavour to keep abreast of the situation.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday June 24 2014
Time: 1:06PM

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If you're splashing out 30 mil then what's another 4 mil on top of it? I just hope the club isn't focusing all it's efforts on Shaw when there's imported options in Rodriguez, Sandro or Moreno out there whom could be cheaper and just as good. Either way I'll be happy just as long as we get a left back sorted.
TheFamousNo7
24/06/2014 15:27:00
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I like Shaw, he will go on to be a top top left back but 34 million at this stage of his career is a bit crazy. Hopefully the fee will be more realistic 20 odd million some performance related add-ons and a sell on percentage. Too much Football Manager 2014 for me.
Kanchelskis
24/06/2014 23:48:00
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