Shaw enjoyed a strong start to the Premier League where he scored the first goal of his professional career against Leicester. Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Gareth Southgate says Luke Shaw's new-found aggression and desire convinced him to recall the Manchester United defender for next month's matches against Spain and Switzerland. Injury-plagued Shaw has not played for his country since 2017, but the left-back has returned at the expense of Old Trafford teammate Ashley Young in England's first squad since the World Cup.Shaw, who could hardly walk for several months after suffering a broken leg while playing for United in 2015, has enjoyed a strong start to the new campaign, scoring the first goal of his professional career against Leicester this month.Southgate has also given Adam Lallana a recall after the Liverpool midfielder was left out of the World Cup squad following an injury-plagued campaign.
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