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Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has responded to critics who questioned his commitment to the club this season amid his struggles with injuries.

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Shaw’s campaign was marred by frequent setbacks, limiting him to just 15 appearances across all competitions, with his last game in February. England manager Gareth Southgate recently voiced concerns over Shaw’s fitness ahead of Euro 2024.

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Some fans accused Shaw of prioritizing his availability for the Euros over his responsibilities with United. In response, Shaw took to social media to clarify his situation.

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“Happy for the boys to lift the trophy at the weekend and finish this season on a positive,” he wrote. “As much as it was the result I wanted, it was hard to watch from the stands.

“This has been the most frustrating season for me. I’ve faced setback after setback and worked tirelessly to regain fitness, but luck hasn’t been on my side. I pushed hard to return before the season’s end and for the final, but sometimes things don’t go as planned.

“There’s nothing I want more than to play and win with Manchester United. I rarely address social media comments, but the questioning of my loyalty to this club and my fitness for England, but not United, is frustrating.

“The truth is, I’m not 100% fit for either team right now, but I’m giving my all and constantly working towards recovery. I’ve been with this club for 10 years, through highs and lows, and to have my loyalty questioned is disappointing.

“I understand I haven’t kept everyone updated on my injuries and recovery progress, but my priority is supporting the team in whatever way I can.

“Right now, my main focus is on regaining fitness, and whatever happens this summer, I’ll be ready. Thank you for your patience.”

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