Manchester United star selling his old clothes online

By The Newsroom
Monday, 15th January 2018, 10:08 am
Updated Monday, 15th January 2018, 10:09 am

Manchester United star Luke Shaw's girlfriend is selling the footballer's old clothes and shoes - via an online jumble sale.

Anouska - whose England footballer boyfriend Luke earns £130,000 a week - is flogging second hand jumpers and trainers on her store online thrift shop.

She uses the Depop website to sell hand me downs including a t-shirt by trendy designer Marcelo Burlon for £45 - a fraction of the RRP.

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    Other items listed are a £675 pair of Selfridges trainers for £225 and £125 Valentino heels.

    She is described as a "reliable seller" by her 263 followers.

    Left-back Luke, 22, has been seen out in public with brunette Anouska at a number of events.

    He walked the red carpet with her for the club's annual charity fundraiser in November.

    They ramped up the glamour in classic LBD and suit at the Unicef Gala Dinner.

    Shaw leaving the field following his leg break injury in a September 2015 Champions League against match PSV

    Last month the pair were spotted looking at engagement rings in a late night Christmas shopping jaunt at Manchester's Trafford Centre.

    The defender has endured a nightmare run since joining United in a £30m deal from Southampton in 2014 as he became the most expensive teenager in British football.

    But his Old Trafford career hit the buffers after a double leg break in a Champions League game against PSV in September 2015.

    But United are unwilling to let him go on loan despite interest from Newcastle.

    Luke made his third Premier League start of the season on Saturday as the Red Devils stuttered to a goalless draw with Southampton at Old Trafford in the top flight.

    The stricken star said: "This is my time to prove myself - and I'm feeling in good shape.

    "I want to show everyone that I believe in myself and show the manager that as well.

    "I've been unlucky with injuries but I want to put that all in the past."