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Round-Up: Luke Shaw set for Manchester United exit

Luke Shaw looks set to leave Old Trafford, United might start to focus on the Europa League, and the club's season could drift to a depressing end.

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Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League
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Manchester United could favour Spurs' title race by resting their best players in order to best challenge for the Europa League. We are rapidly approaching the point where United will have to give up on the top four, but looking at the side, well, there's little guarantee of success in Europe either.

And here is Jose Mourinho admitting that he might have to consider prioritising the Europa League. I might be going to the Anderlecht away, so please do come up and say hello if you see me, I'll be glad to engage with your own personal content.

That's two managers in a row who have questioned Luke Shaw's commitment, with Mourinho going for him again. There's no room for tubby wastrels at United anymore, as Wayne Rooney and Bastian Schweinsteiger have also found out. Bye!

Manchester United almost signed Damien Duff. A decade ago. Add him to the list along with Arjen Robben and John Obi Mikel.

David Moyes is an odd one. When under pressure, he says stupid things, as we know from his time at Manchester United, but now he's taking Sunderland down into the Championship, he's started threatening violence against women. Bloody Hell.

And lastly, as Manchester United were failing to score against Stoke City, Schweinsteiger was scoring for Chicago Fire on his debut. If only he had shown the same contributions when he had his chance at United, but then again, if only he had been able to play with a competent manager when at United.