Man Utd star Shaw watches Raducanu’s US Open triumph from poker room inside £2.8m Manchester mansion
MANCHESTER UNITED star Luke Shaw watched Emma Raducanu’s historic US Open win from the poker room in his £2.8million mansion.
The England left-back shared an image from his plush Cheshire pad and seemed to be ready for ex-Red Devils defender Wes Brown and professional poker participant Sam Trickett.
Shaw’s house is within the unique Hale Barns space of Cheshire.
And given his £190,000-a-week wages, the inside is as swanky as you may think.
The England left-back was sat at a six-seat poker desk observing certainly one of two televisions within the room which each had the tennis on.
The luxurious marble flooring and elaborate gentle over the desk are stand out options.
And the world was full with a leather-based couch in entrance of the TV and fireside.
Shaw shared the snap round 10pm – within the early levels of Raducanu’s match – and captioned it: “Tennis on, ready when you are @wes_brown24 @samtrickett7.”
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Brown, 41, swiftly replied: “K9 is ready, are you?”
Trickett, 35, is a British poker sensation with £15.8m in live profession earnings up to now.
And that’s solely in official tournaments so doesn’t embrace money video games. His web value is claimed to be round £30m.
But that’s only a snip of the £150m Raducanu is predicted to pocket after her historic US Open win.
The Brit beat Leylah Annie Fernandez 6-4, 6-3 in New York and have become the primary qualifier ever to win a Grand Slam.
Shaw & Co have been simply three of tons of of well-known faces who tuned in to look at Raducanu win at Flushing Meadows.
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The Queen and Boris Johnson despatched congratulations.
As did Shaw’s team-mate Marcus Rashford and Match of the Day host Gary Lineker.
Shaw’s luxurious dwelling went available on the market in 2018 however was swiftly taken off when his nemesis Jose Mourinho was sacked as Manchester United boss.
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