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How Man Utd and England talks will have gone over Luke Shaw’s Euro 2024 return

Rod Thornley has expressed his concerns about reintroducing Luke Shaw into the England squad following the Manchester United player's injury four months ago.

Shaw, 28, hasn't seen any football action since he pulled his hamstring in February. The defender was substituted at half-time after sustaining the problem during United's 2-1 triumph over Aston Villa and was sidelined for the last four months of the Red Devils' Premier League season, including their FA Cup final victory against local rivals Manchester City.

Although he was included in Gareth Southgate's final squad for Euro 2024, Shaw hasn't yet played for his country in this summer's tournament in Germany. However, he has now declared himself fit enough to take part in the Three Lions' round of 16 match with Slovakia on Sunday.

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With England already securing their place in the knockout stages before their final Group C match with Slovenia, it would have been an ideal, stress-free opportunity for Shaw to return to football. But as the England star was not fit ahead of the game, he missed out and could now be faced with the prospect of playing the full 90 or nothing.

Former Manchester United and England Masseur Thornley has voiced concerns about rushing Luke Shaw back into action at the Euros. Speaking on Reach's Euro Thrash podcast - which you can find on YouTube, Apple and Spotify - he said: "What's happened is England will have seen him in the early stages before they've actually picked the 26 and said 'right, he's at this point now, we've got a chance of