Since Luke Shaw suffered a horrific broken leg in September 2015, the former Southampton man has struggled to establish himself as a key player in Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United team.

Under the tutelage of the Portuguese tactician, the left-back has spent most of his time at Old Trafford either on the bench or completely out of the squad.

Injuries have also played a part in his career, but the England international’s fitness issues and alleged lack of commitment and drive have suggested Shaw’s time at the club is nearing an end.

At times, Mourinho has not kept quite in his public criticism of the England star, who has made just two substitute appearances this season – both of which came in the Carabao Cup.

Ahead of tonight’s Champions League Group A match against CSKA Moscow, the former Chelsea boss claimed that Shaw will be in the squad, but has refused to confirm if he will start or not.

Manchester United will only fail to make the last 16 of the Champions League if they lose by six goals or more.