Luke Shaw only trained in Carrington after Solskjaer had warned United stars to turn up overweight before the start of the pre-season
- People without risk run the risk of being left behind for new campaign tours
- Luke Shaw has been criticized for conditioning in the past at Manchester United
- England defender has been working hard to enter new season in top condition
- He is about to go on vacation and can even take one of the fitness coaches
Luke Shaw is training this week at the Carrington complex in Manchester United as he prepares for a head start for the tough pre-season ahead.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned his first team stars that anyone returning for pre-season dominance runs the risk of being left behind from the tour through the club in Australia, Singapore and China.
Solskjaer was surprised and disappointed by the standard of fitness of his players and many within the club believe it played a role in their drastic dip in form after his appointment as permanent boss.
Luke Shaw is determined to start the preseason with Manchester United in good condition
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned players that they cannot report for being overweight
The United manager is promising to make changes with the fitness staff who have been instructed to plan a regime that will allow the squadron to maintain high energy presses throughout the season.
Shaw, United & # 39; s player of the year, has been criticized in the past for not keeping a close eye on his weight or paying attention to his diet, but has cut a predominantly lonely figure since the end of the season, he checks in to keep his condition while many of his teammates have left for their summer vacation.
In fact, Shaw is taking one of United & # 39; s fitness coaches on vacation to ensure that he stays in shape and meets Solskjaer's requirements.
The Norwegian tries to implement a number of changes behind the scenes with both technical staff and players.
Shaw has not paid much attention to nutrition before, but has turned over a new leaf
Ricky Sbragia has left as the U23 & # 39; s club coach with Quinton Fortune reserved for a role, while the club is likely to announce next week that up to ten young people will not be retained as part of their U23 & # 39 renewal ; s and U18 & # 39; s.
United would like to add 16-year-old Ajax to Dillon Hoogewerf and Monaco & 16-year-old midfielder Hannibal Mejbri. A suggested offer for Stoke & Nathan Collins is also discussed.
United has designated the Dan James of Swansea as their first new signature, while Sean Longstaff from Newcastle and Crystal Palace from Aaron Wan-Bissaka are also on their list. PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot was offered outside the contract, while his 27-year-old teammate Thomas Meunier was considered a cheaper alternative to Wan-Bissaka.
United anticipates offers from Inter Milan for Romelu Lukaku and from Real Madrid for Paul Pogba, although they maintain that the latter is not for sale.
Romelu Lukaku is a player of interest for Inter Milan and could leave this summer
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