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Luke Shaw wanted by Tottenham, Southampton and Everton

Subair Adams

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Luke Shaw

Manchester United left-back is one of the most sought-after players in the Premier League as Tottenham, Southampton and Everton are willing to bid for the player immediately the January transfer window opens.

Tottenham are ready to buy the player who will serve as replacement for Danny Rose who is said to be on his way to Manchester United.

Southampton are also interested in getting Luke Shaw whom they sold to Manchester United during the 2014 January transfer window but he was unable to impress at Manchester due to unwanted injuries and loss of form.

Southampton are ready to get him back knowing that it won’t take him much time to get used to the club’s playing style.

Manchester United are said to have agreed to let the England’s left-back go but not for free as he still has a contract with the club until the end of the season

Luke Shaw was advised by former England player Townsend, last week, to move out of Manchester United for him to get regular playing time. He also believes that Luke Shaw will make a great impact if he joins Tottenham by January.

Everton are currently in search of quality defenders who can help the team in their battle against relegation and they are reportedly monitoring Luke Shaw.

Everton, having sacked their manager Ronald Koeman, and they currently occupy the 16th position in the Premier League standings. They were humiliated 5-1 by Atalanta in UEFA Europa League on Thursday.

Tottenham played a 1-1 draw against West Brom while Southampton defeated Everton by 4 goals to 1 on Saturday.

Everton are considering calling back in-form Henry Onyekuru from Anderletch after the Nigerian was loaned out to the Belgium League Champions during the summer transfer market.

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