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Luke Shaw has said he welcomes the interest from Manchester United and Chelsea but added that he'd happily stay at Southampton.
The teenage left-back is the subject of interest from both Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge, with some reports suggesting a move to Old Trafford has already been agreed.
Shaw, who is one of the brightest young talents in England and has already made his debut for the national team, responded to the latest speculation by saying: "It's a good thing to be linked with them [the big clubs] but I don't concentrate on that stuff, I've got football to focus on."
Asked whether he'd be happy to stay at Southampton, Shaw replied "yeah of course. It's a great club, I'm still young and I've got a lot to learn."
United are reportedly lining up Shaw to replace Patrice Evra, who has been the target of heavy criticism this season, while Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly ready to sell Ashley Cole and is looking for someone to fill the number 3 shirt.