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 Manchester's defender Luke Shaw (L) is challenged by Eindhoven's Mexican defender Hector Moreno during the UEFA Champions League Group B football match in Eindhoven, Belgium on September 15, 2015. PHOTO/AFP

Manchester’s defender Luke Shaw (L) is challenged by Eindhoven’s Mexican defender Hector Moreno during the UEFA Champions League Group B football match in Eindhoven, Belgium on September 15, 2015. PHOTO/AFP

MANCHESTER, November 26- Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has expressed his gratitude for the banner PSV fans made for him ahead of the Champions League match at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

The England international suffered a double leg break in the reverse fixture at the Philips Stadion in September, where the Dutch outfit claimed a 2-1 win.

Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal admitted on Tuesday he was unsure when the 20-year-old would make his comeback, saying: “I cannot answer that because you have to be very cautious.

“You know with an injury like that it can be going very well but one week it can go very bad and then he is months behind the schedule so you cannot say that [he will be back this season].

“You can only say how he is dealing with his injury and I think [he is] very good.”

Travelling supporters of the Eredivisie champions displayed a banner at the Theatre of Dreams which reads “Get well soon Luke Shaw” and the defender took to social media to thank them for their well wishes.

Shaw wrote on Twitter: “Thank you to the PSV fans for your nice gesture. Looking forward to the game tonight #MUFC.”

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