Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won’t be letting his Red Devils stars jet off on holidays right after the final Premier League game of the season.
Manchester United play their final Premier League game of the season at the Old Trafford against the struggling Cardiff City in a 3 PM Kickoff.
While teams often say goodbye as the players jet off for the holidays, sometimes right after the final whistle, United Gaffer has decided to call a player meeting the next day to discuss the current campaign.
Manchester United made a bright start under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but have won just one of their last 7 matches in all competitions and Ole and the Man United staff are keen to debrief on where the things have gone wrong in the past few weeks.
The meeting is scheduled to be at Carrington on Monday and a few of the Manchester United players will have to readjust their holiday schedules, so there is reportedly some unhappiness amongst the players.
The meeting will also give the players a chance to say farewell to the Club Captain Antonio Valencia and possibly Ander Herrera whose contract situation is still a mess.
Meanwhile, ex-Man United manager David Moyes has urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop David De Gea for the final 2 games of the season:
“When you have a number two who is sitting on the bench and you are making mistakes and if you don’t get the opportunity to put yourself in the team I am saying to myself, ‘well, what is the point in having a number two then, because this guy can make as many mistakes?” Moyes told talkSPORT.
“With Man United, you are there to win, play well, you are paid very well, you are at the top club. You are not there to make mistakes.
“Now, David De Gea is the best goalkeeper and has been for years but we have all been players, we make mistakes, and quite often we are left out the team.”
Do you think De Gea deserves to start or we should give Sergio Romero an opportunity against Huddersfield and Cardiff?