'Agent' Luke Shaw sends Man Utd fans into meltdown with Harry Kane and Declan Rice post
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Luke Shaw has sent Manchester United supporters into meltdown after posting a cheeky Instagram update of himself and England teammates Harry Kane and Declan Rice.
The trio are currently on international duty with the Three Lions for this month's Euro 2024 qualifiers.
England beat Malta 4-0 away from home on Friday night and next face North Macedonia at Old Trafford on Monday.
Ahead of the match, England have been training at Manchester United's Carrington base.
Shaw took to Instagram on Saturday to post pictures of himself with Kane and Rice, alongside the caption: "Carrington tour", followed by the eyes emoji.
United boss Erik ten Hag has reportedly made Tottenham striker Kane his number one target in the upcoming summer transfer window.
However, reports earlier this week claimed United were ready to end their interest in signing the Spurs striker, feeling the money it will take to lure the England striker to Old Trafford is unrealistic - with Tottenham set to demand up to £120m for the player.
Rice is also on United's radar with the England midfielder expected to leave West Ham this summer.
But Arsenal are believed to be in pole position to sign the 24-year-old, who is set to cost more than £100m if he moves this summer.
Nevertheless, Shaw's Instagram post has boosted hopes among United supporters that Rice and Kane could be convinced to move Old Trafford this summer.
"Players doing things that the glazers can't do," posted one United fan on Twitter, referencing the protracted sale of the Premier League club.
While another simply wrote: "Agent Shaw!!!"
However, others fans believe a tour of Carrington could actually hinder United in their pursuit of the two players, with the club's facilities criticised by Cristiano Ronaldo earlier this season prior to his departure from Old Trafford.
"Well if he want them to sign he should put a blindfold on them while being there, not take them on tour," joked one fan.
"Probably scare them away," wrote another.
While a third added: "Don't show them the gym Ronaldo complained about."
While signing both Kane and Rice this summer may be a slightly unrealistic aim, United boss Ten Hag will be desperate to sign at least one of the pair - and the Dutch manager will be hopeful Shaw's guided tour proves to be the difference.