Shaw, though, has been a regular under the Portuguese this season and has made a decision to commit his long-term future to the club he joined from Southampton for a fee thought to be £30million in June 2014.
Pallister added of another man proven at the very highest level: "I was absolutely buzzing when United signed him because his performances at Arsenal showed he was a world-class talent".
There is another significant occasion for Pogba to look forward to next week as United take on his former club Juventus in the Champions League, but for now the 25-year-old is fully focused on the game against Chelsea.
He said on the Manchester United app: "If you look at my situation in the past year and a bit, you'd have thought this could have been impossible". I'm not sure if he works hard enough but he's still a young man who has done well and scored a lot of goals.
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He then blanked the Brewers in the sixth and seventh as the Dodgers built a lead with RBI singles from Max Muncy and Puig. Pitching in 82-degree sunshine, Kershaw was well-rested and masterful in allowing one run and three hits over seven.
Shaw revealed last month he almost lost the leg, while it would be almost a year before he made another competitive appearance.
Now United have ensured that they will not lose a player signed from Southampton for £29m in the summer of 2014 on a free transfer, with Shaw winning what appeared to be challenging battle with boss Mourinho to secure a future at the club. I want to stay in the team now and keep the shirt so I'll keep going, keep focused and keep concentrating.
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.
"It's only a matter of time for the success to come back".
"The latter is what people at Old Trafford want to see: I mean that ball he played for Fred against Wolves was a moment of absolute genius. We have an awesome group of players and the talent we have is scary".