Manchester United defender Luke Shaw believes he could be fit for Euro 2016. Shaw is presently recovering from a double fracture he suffered to his right leg on Match day 1 against PSV Eindhoven when he was tackled hard by Hector Moreno.
The Sunday Mirror reports that the Old Trafford medical staff expects Shaw to be back for the final few games of the season, the news would be a major boost for Roy Hodgson, as the England boss begins to finalize his squad for Euro 2016.
But Red devils boss, Louis Van Gaal has warned against expecting the young defender to play again this season; but his recovery is progressing at such a pace that he is expected to return in plenty of time to prove he is worthy of a place in England’s squad for the tournament.
Shaw will also have Argentine international, Marcos Rojo to contend with in the United team. Rojo has been playing fantastically well and he is forming a steady and formidable back four with the rest of the defense line up; something that has seen the team keep 5 consecutive clean sheets in all competitions against CSKA Moscow, Middlesbrough, Manchester City, Crystal Palace and West Brom. So the 20 years old would have to brace up as he won’t just walk straight back into the starting line up without facing a stern test to displace Rojo.