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Luke Shaw is once again trying to prove Jose Mourinho and everyone else wrong about him and he looks pretty great right now. That hasn't stopped Jack Wilshere making fun of the Manchester United defender.
Will Luke Shaw ever be able to turn around Jose Mourinho's views on him? That's perhaps the biggest question surrounding Manchester United's pre-season tour to USA right now.
Last season the United left-back struggled to get into the team and every time he got a chance he would soon be out on the periphery again, even if he actually impressed during his time in the time, and he could never force himself past Ashley Young.
Young went to the World Cup whilst Shaw was left to ponder his future. Now United are back in training for next season and, with the England full back being given time off to recover from Russia, Shaw has yet another chance.
The former Southampton player has come back looking better than ever and according to reports has topped all of United's fitness tests since the players returned.
Despite looking good with his new look it's his shiny teeth that have been mostly spotted, because it's difficult not to, and Jack Wilshere took a shot by asking for the full back's dentist's details:
Wilshere and Shaw find themselves in similar positions in a way, although Wilshere is older and has moved clubs so in some way has less pressure to prove himself.
Both players were thought to have bright futures ahead of them but injuries and struggles to reach their potential has forced a rethink on where their careers could go.
The former Arsenal midfielder moved to West Ham this summer and he's likely to have the first team football he craves to try and force himself back into the England side.
Shaw could have a chance depending on when Young comes back. With Daley Blind sold and Matteo Darmian likely to follow there is less competition as he enters the final season of his current deal.
There's a hope that Shaw can turn everything around but with Mourinho in charge that remains questionable, he loves players he can trust and clearly feels that's not necessarily Shaw.
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