England's Luke Shaw is carried off the pitch on a stretcher after he injured himself during the UEFA Nations League soccer match between England and Spain at Wembley stadium in London, Saturday Sept. 8, 2018.
Luke Shaw will miss Manchester United's clash with Watford on Saturday as he serves a mandatory seven-day period recovering from concussion.
However, with Shaw elsewhere, Carvajal asked United goalkeeper De Gea for his number, allowing him to send a tent to check in on the 23-year-old.
The Manchester United fullback took to twitter to thank all those who showed support and concern while he was still unconscious, saying, "Thank you for all the love and support".
Shaw collided with Dani Carvajal while challenging for the ball before falling backwards and bouncing his head off the ground. It remains to be seen whether they will get a game under Southgate but they are two top quality players in my opinion that could have bright England futures ahead of them.More news: Hurricane Helene turns northwestward, not a threat to land
But Shaw could make a swift return for United's Champions League clash with Young Boys in Switzerland a week today. Good sign after what looked to be a very scary fall.
Southgate also said it was "difficult to tell" if Shaw had lost consciousness on the pitch after the collision, adding: "We'll go through some tests".
Shaw returned to United for further monitoring and treatment on Monday but he will not be available for Jose Mourinho, who has praised his performances so far this term, at the weekend.
"But the good news is he is awake and talking and seems comfortable".