Luke Shaw ruled out of action for 2 games due to injury

Luke Shaw ruled out of action for 2 games due to injury

- Luke Shaw is expected to miss two games after suffering a concussion in England vs Spain tie

- Shaw and Spain's Dani Carvajal went for a ball in the air but ended up clashing their heads

- The 23-year-old is back with club's medics for more checks to be carried out

England left-back and Manchester United ace Luke Shaw is likely to sit out of the Red Devils next two matches after suffering a concussion during England’s 2-1 defeat to Spain at the Wembley.

According to a UK Mirror report, Shaw has returned to Old Trafford, where he will be further assessed by the club’s medical staff.

The reported noted that the left-back will not be in contention for the Red Devils away trip to Vicarage Road where they face Watford on Saturday, as well as their Champions League opener against Swiss side, Young Boys a week on Tuesday.

Luke Shaw ruled out of action for 2 games due to injury

Luke Shaw ruled out of action for 2 games due to injury
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The report further claim United are not keen on taking risk with Shaw injury and are likely to keep out the 23-year-old until he fully recovers from the injury he cropped with Spain’s Daniel Carvajal.

Interestingly, the FA and Premier League have already cautioned clubs not to allow any player that suffered concussion, to return to action for a minimum of six days.

However, the Red Devils are likely to hand the England star, who has turned out decent performances for the Jose Mournho-tutored side since the start of the new campaign, a longer time, to sit out their next two fixtures.

Reacting on Shaw’s injury, Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has dispatched a get well message to his club mate after the clash of heads.

“The worst news from the match was Luke Shaw’s collision, which forced him off the field due to injury,” noted the Spaniard even as he wished him all the best.

“As you’re all aware, he has been in really good form over the last few weeks. I hope that it won’t be anything serious and that he can be back fit as soon as possible.

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“I’m sending you a big hug and my best wishes, Luke,” added the Spanish playmaker.

Meanwhile, previously had reported that young Portuguese defender Diogo Dalot is set for his Manchester United senior debut this weekend away to Watford.

United will be travelling to Vicarage Road to take on the unbeaten Watford in a Premier League match this weekend.

Ashley Young is set to fill in the void for Luke Shaw on left-back after the England defender suffered a concussion and Antonio Valencia will continue at right-back.

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