LOUIS van Gaal has given Luke Shaw permission to stay away from Manchester United’s match against PSV in case he feels it will reopen the psychological wounds of his leg break in Eindhoven. Shaw’s season was brought to an abrupt and painful halt two months ago when he broke his right leg in two places following a tackle by Hector Moreno. The 20-year-old was enjoying his best run of form at United, but the challenge from behind by the PSV defender left his leg bent at a 45-degree angle. Shaw had an operation in Eindhoven before returning to England where he has since undergone another procedure. Mindful that seeing United play against PSV could stoke some bad memories, Van Gaal has given Shaw a few days off from his rehabilitation which, the Dutchman admits, is proving to be a frustrating process for the England international. “I think he is dealing with his injury very good, but now he is a little bit fed up with the daily routine so I give him four days off – also because of PSV,” the United manager said. “I don’t think he will be here, but I don’t know. Maybe he surprises me. On Friday he has a scan and we will know more about how the injury is going.” Having dropped just two points since the defeat to PSV in their opening group match, United will qualify for the last 16 if they beat PSV at Old Trafford. Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial and Marouane Fellaini returned to training after missing the 2-1 win at Watford, but all three have been told they must prove their fitness if they are to start tonight. already qualified for the next stage but are looking to secure top spot in the group, are missing captain Vincent Kompany, fellow defenders Pablo Zabaleta and Eliaquim Mangala, playmakers Samir Nasri and David Silva and striker Wilfried Bony. The club, meanwhile, are to design a new club crest following a consultation with their fans. City have had three major badges since the 1930s and adopted the current design in 1997. The existing crest is in the shape of an eagle, but the new design will revert to the round shape of its two predecessors.