It has been reported that United are ready to part company with the left-back for £20 million.
The Times has stated that United paid Southampton £30m as transfer fee for Shaw in 2014.
Should Tottenham Hotspur make move?
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino worked with Shaw at Southampton and knows the youngster very well.
Although the youngster’s time at Old Trafford has not gone according to plan, Pochettino could help him fulfil his potential.
For someone like Shaw who is hugely talented, £20m would be a bargain, and Spurs should make a move for him in the January transfer window.
True, Danny Rose is back from injury and Ben Davies is doing well, but given Shaw’s age and his potential, Spurs would be signing a future world-class left-back for just £20m.