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Luke Shaw drops huge hint that he's signing for Man United

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Manchester United and Chelsea target Luke Shaw has opened yet another can of worms when it comes to the speculation regarding his future.

Whilst reports are split between the rumours suggesting where the Saints starlet will be playing his football next year, the Daily Star claims that he has all but given a clear indication, by simply favouriting a tweet on Twitter. The paper reports that last night the prodigal England full-back, who has enjoyed a ground-breaking campaign this year, favourited a tweet from a fan which read: "Hope you sign for mufc, we are all excited, good luck."

Of course, as is so often the case, Shaw quickly backtracked on his actions and un-favourited the tweet in question, but not before screen grabs were taken as evidence.

The general consensus for a while now has been that the youngster prefers a move to Old Trafford over Stamford Bridge, simply because he will be guaranteed plenty of first-team football under David Moyes. Recent reports have claimed that Shaw, valued at £30million by his club, is looking to develop as a player, and see a move up the table as the ideal way of doing so.

The same report states that the left-back has yet to comment on the Twitter storm that the aforementioned tweet has produced, but deduces that it was most likely an unintentional action.

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