- Luke Shaw has yet to begin talks with Manchester United over a new deal at the club
- This comes of interest for Chelsea and Arsenal who are monitoring Shaw’s situation
- The Englishman was rejected the chance to be an academy player at Chelsea as an eight-year-old
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Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has entered the Chelsea transfer circle as his future at the Red Devils is unclear, The Mirror reports.
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has given Shaw numerous chances at United despite the player coming under public criticism from the 55-year-old.
However, Shaw and United have yet to start negotiations over an extended deal as his current contract expires at the end of next season, as The Mirror reports.
As per The Mirror, Chelsea and Arsenal could look for another left-back this Summer and Shaw is a player both clubs are monitoring.
Chelsea has a long history with the 22-year-old defender. Shaw has openly admitted he is a Blues fan and was denied the chance to join the club after having trials with us at eight years of age.
In December 2013, The Telegraph reported that Chelsea were expected to make a £20m for the then Southampton player.
The Saints turned any advances for their man down during the 2013/14 season. Instead, Shaw signed for United in the summer of 2014.
Recent reports suggest we won’t have to wait too long for Shaw to finally get an opportunity to play for Chelsea.