Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was reportedly so furious with his players following the 2-0 loss to Cardiff City that he threatened to sell some of them.
The Norwegian watched on helplessly as his side fell to the embarrassing defeat at Old Trafford on the final game of the season.
United didn’t have much to play for but pride but even in that they fell short to their already relegated opponents.
Solskjaer has a lot of work to do this summer and though fans have called for a squad overhaul, he has insisted the process will need to be more gradual.
The Red Devils have many issues on and off the pitch but it’s still also clear the squad is simply not good enough.
According to the Sun, following the loss to Cardiff, Ole told the players he’s willing to move on half of them due to their attitude and claimed they’d embarrassed the club with their performance.
The former Molde man is almost beginning to sound like predecessor Jose Mourinho if the report is true which is a concern.
The Portuguese’s constant clashes with his players was one of the reasons he was eventually sacked; it was clear they were no longer interested in fighting for him.