Liverpool, Manchester City are laughing at Manchester United, says Paul Scholes

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"Luke - I can not say much more", he started. Commenting on how the tables have turned in the last few years, Scholes said, "It shouldn't make any difference but it does".

Shaw's fade into obscurity in Mourinho's first season in charge was such that he became United's fourth-choice left-back by the time of a Europa League trip to Saint-Etienne in February 2017.

Chelsea welcoming Manchester United to Stamford Bridge is always one of the clashes to look for in the Premier League calendar - and this Saturday will be no different as Jose Mourinho takes his side to his once-happy stomping ground in King's Road.

The Times reports that "Sanchez is growing increasingly frustrated" at United and under Mourinho, with his two main issues being a lack of game time and the team's negative approach.

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Merson added: "If United do lose, the pressure will nearly certainly crank up again on Jose Mourinho".

He has made just 75 appearances in total, 50 of them in the Premier League, during his near four-and-a-half-year stay after moving to United, shortly after making his England debut aged 18.

Mourinho has condemned Shaw's attitude and focus in the past while he questioned the tactical awareness of the defender following an FA Cup win over Brighton in March. I went to an global match [in Serbia] as you know.

"I loved that team, especially Pirlo and the way he was so relaxed as he controlled the game".

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Some came back with injuries, injuries that we were aware of when they happened and the national teams were correct in sending the boys back.

The Blues have already beaten Arsenal 3-2 at Stamford Bridge in their second league fixture of the season, before Liverpool FC denied Chelsea FC a valuable win when Daniel Sturridge netted a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw in west London outfit last month.

Here, we trace how one of English football's brightest young talents escaped from the crosshairs and got back on track.

'We are talking about a coach that has won everything, everywhere, so I think you have to respect him.

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