Manchester United’ s Luke Shaw ‘Could Miss The Rest Of The Season

Manchester United might be without Luke Shaw for the rest of the 2021-22 season..

The England international was forced to be substituted due to an injury to his leg in the course of his side’s 1 1 draw with Leicester City earlier this month.

In 2015, Shaw experienced a double leg fracture during a Champions League match with PSV Eindhoven, and two metal bolts have been inserted in his leg during surgery.

The 26-year-old has since undergone surgical treatment to get the bolts taken out, along with Red Devils interim head coach Ralf Rangnick at first stated that the defender will be back in “two or maybe 3 weeks”.

According to The Telegraph, Shaw is confronting The possibility of missing The rest of the season as recovery from The surgical procedure takes longer than anticipated.

According to the report, the bolts have been leading to pain all through the season which resulted in all parties agreeing it would be best for the defender to undergo surgery.

Shaw made twenty seven appearances for Man United this season and contributed five assists.

In their final seven league matches of the campaign, Rangnick’s team will take on Norwich City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace and Chelsea..