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Does Jude Bellingham deserve a chance? Who will play at left-back out of Luke Shaw and Ben Chilwell? and will Jack Grealish be involved? Sportsmail's JERMAINE JENAS and DANNY MURPHY pick their England starting XIs to face Croatia

Amid much excitement, England get their Euro 2020 campaign underway on Sunday when they face Croatia at Wembley. There are a plethora of selection decisions for Gareth Southgate to contend with ahead of the game, including who plays at left-back and whether Jack Grealish will start. Sportsmail's former England internationals...
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Jose Mourinho says he 'wouldn't think twice' about picking Ben Chilwell ahead of Luke Shaw at left-back for England in another dig at the Man United defender... as ex-Old Trafford boss claims Marcus Rashford gets 'completely lost' playing on the right

Jose Mourinho has directed another slight at Luke Shaw by saying he 'wouldn't think twice' about playing Ben Chilwell ahead of him at left-back for England. The Portuguese manager had a famously rocky relationship with Shaw during his time in charge at Manchester United, once claiming the defender was 'playing with my brain' because he needed constant instructions from the touchline.

Gareth Southgate tries out Luke Shaw in a back three as the England boss works on various tactics ahead of Euro 2020 opener against Croatia with a lack of options in central defence

Gareth Southgate has experimented by using Luke Shaw as a third centre back in training as he works on alternative formations before Sunday's European Championship opener against Croatia. England played with a back four in their warm-up matches against Austria and Romania last week but a 3-4-3 system remains an...
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Luke Shaw shrugs off injury fears and says England will ‘give their lives’ for Euro 2020 glory

Luke Shaw has insisted that the England players carrying injuries after a long and gruelling season at club level are prepared to ‘give their lives’ for the team at Euro 2020 in order to make their country proud.The Manchester United left-back will go to the tournament in good shape after enjoying the best form of his career but there are question marks over several others in Gareth Southgate’s squad, including Shaw’s club team-mate Marcus Rashford.After United’s Europa League final defeat to Villarreal last month, Rashford said that he could “show you five, six players including myself” in the United...

Manchester City dominate PFA Premier League team of the year with six of Pep Guardiola's title winners in the line-up along with Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Luke Shaw, Bruno Fernandes and Mohamed Salah

Six of Manchester City's title winners have been named in the PFA Premier League team of the year while Golden Boot and Playmaker winner Harry Kane was also in it. Ederson, Joao Cancelo, John Stones, Ruben Dias, Kevin De Bruyne and Ilkay Gundogan were all recognised by their peers and voted into the divisional XI.

Luke Shaw reacts to England Euro call-up

Luke Shaw is one of four Manchester United to have been called up by Gareth Southgate to this summers European Championship, after the England manager revealed his 26-man squad earlier on Tuesday. Shaw was called up to the March camp earlier this season, his first since 2018, but has found...
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Watch: Spurs loanee Juan Foyth is a lucky boy to escape a red card for nasty tackle on Man United’s Luke Shaw

There have been a few incidents in this match which would usually result in VAR dragging out the decision for ages, but it does look like they’ve got most of them right. The one may exception came later in the second half as Luke Shaw went down after a heavy challenge from Spurs loanee Juan Foyth, while the ref on the pitch decided that it was only worth a yellow card.

Watch: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer berates Luke Shaw from touchline – ‘f*cking go!’

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cut a frustrated figure on the touchline after Manchester United went 1-0 down to Villarreal in the first half of the Europa League final. United went into the Europa League final as big favourites against Villarreal, who finished seventh in La Liga in 2020-21, with the Red Devils aiming to claim their first trophy since winning the same competition under Jose Mourinho in 2017.

Luke Shaw 'always believed' he would come good at Manchester United ahead of the Europa League final and feels his return to form shows he was right stay Old Trafford after 'digging deep' during years of struggles

Luke Shaw will step out at the Gdansk Stadium on Wednesday night happy to be playing in a cup final at last and grateful that he ignored advice to quit Manchester United. Shaw has missed four finals since arriving at Old Trafford seven years ago, twice through injury and on two more occasions because he fell out of favour under Jose Mourinho. It was during those dark times with Mourinho that Shaw could have left were it not for the support of his family and partner Anouska, mother to his baby son Reign.