The Englishman hasn’t played for his national team for more than two years.
Luke Shaw renaissance at Man United means that he’s on the verge of being called back into the England squad for their upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers, as per the Daily Mail.
Gareth Southgate is said to be impressed by the 26-year-old’s impressive form this season and is likely to include him in the squad to face San Marino, Albania and Poland in March.
Shaw will be challenging Chelsea defender Ben Chilwell for a spot in the starting XI, with the former Leicester City man still the regular starter in the left-back role for the Three Lions.
The United defender last made an appearance for England in 2018 when they lost to Spain in a UEFA Nations League game, but his consistently admirable work this season has given Southgate another option at left-back ahead of the Euros.