Manchester United defender Luke Shaw made certain the backroom staff were looked after at Christmas buying 40 of them hampers from luxury store Harrods
London (AFP) - Manchester United defender Luke Shaw entered in the Christmas spirit of giving in grand style by spending £10,000 ($12,800) on hampers from luxury London store Harrods for Manchester United staff the Daily Mail reported on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old – whose own fortunes have taken a turn for the better with interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer restoring him to the first team since the sacking of Jose Mourinho – bought 40 hampers worth more than £250 apiece.
The hampers included fudge, mince pies, a Christmas pudding, tea, coffee and champagne among other luxury items.
It is not the first time the England international who earns a reported £165,000 a week has displayed such generosity, having ordered hampers from the equally famous Fortnum and Mason store last year.
The former Southampton star also paid a visit to a children’s hospital, alongside fellow defender Chris Smalling, and invited four of his former school teachers to the 4-1 home win over Bournemouth on Sunday.