Luke Shaw agrees a new four-year contract to stay at Manchester United

Shaw has had 35 appearances and six assists across all competitions this season.

Luke Shaw has reportedly agreed to sign a new deal to stay at Manchester United for four years. The 27-year-old defender has been part of the set-up at Old Trafford since 2014, and the new contract will take him over a decade of service to the Red Devils.


Shaw has had an impressive first season under ten Hag. His maturity and presence in the squad have made him a critical part of Man United’s run to the Carabao Cup trophy. He is on track for a top-four finish in the Premier League. While the Glazers are still searching for a buyer for Manchester United, it is reported that this new contract has been struck. Shaw has enjoyed an excellent campaign, managing 35 appearances and six assists across all competitions.

With the 27-year-old’s sights set on more silverware, he has a quarter-final tie against Sevilla and a semi-final tie against Brighton in the Europa League scheduled for the coming weeks. With Erik ten Hag at the helm, he became one of the key players in the team. He filled in as centre-back when Lisandro Martinez was unavailable.