A furious Ole Gunnar Solskjaer threatened to sell half of the Manchester United squad after their defeat to Cardiff, a report claims.
The Red Devils ended the season in sour fashion on Sunday as they lost 2-0 to Neil Warnock’s already relegated Cardiff side.
And according to an exclusive from The Sun, Solskjaer was not shy of letting his players know exactly how he felt about their performance.
The Norwegian reportedly tore into his squad, branding them a ‘disgrace’ and even cancelling a debrief he had scheduled for Monday.
He then ‘outlined the short- term future to them’ and told them he is ‘prepared to get rid of half the team if he had to’ due to attitude problems.
Solskjaer also reminded the Manchester United dressing room that if Manchester City fail to win the FA Cup, the club’s entire preseason schedule will have to be rearranged.
If Watford win the FA Cup then United will drop into the second qualifying round of the Europa League, which coincides with when they are supposed to be playing Spurs in preseason.
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