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Manchester United extend Luke Shaw’s contract until 2027

English Premier League team Manchester United announced that the contract of English football player Luke Shaw has been extended until 2027.

Manchester United, one of the Premier League teams, announced that 27-year-old English left-back Luke Shaw has signed a new contract. In the statement made from the official account of the club, it was announced that the contract of the football player, who also wears the England National Team jersey, has been extended until 30 June 2027.

Luke Shaw: ‘I will give my all for Manchester United’

After renewing his marriage with Manchester United until 2027, Shaw conveyed his feelings to the club’s social account: “I signed for this great club nine years ago and I am very excited to extend my contract with the team. Over the years I spent with Manchester United, I have improved myself both as a person and as a football player. “I know what it takes to be successful at a club like this. We are just at the beginning of our journey with our new coach and team. We have been very successful this season so far but we want more. Here we have a chance to share something special for people and I will be formed “I will give my all to be a part of everything,” he said.

Manchester United Football Director John Murtough said Shaw’s presence was very important to the team. “We’re delighted to watch him play for Manchester United over the years.”

Shaw made 249 appearances for United

Shaw, who transferred from Southampton to Manchester for 37.5 million euros in the interim transfer period of the 2012-2013 season, played 249 matches with the English team. The 27-year-old player, who remained on the field for 19 thousand 391 minutes, managed to produce 4 goals and 32 assists. – ISTANBUL

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