Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has a warning for some players who believe they’re bigger than the club.
Without naming names, Solskjaer has publicly told any player who believes he’s bigger than his teammates to find himself a new club.
Referring to his own approach while a player with United, the manager told VG: “As a super-sub, as I was called a lot, I helped us win the extra points that helped us not to be number two, but league champion.
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“I try to make everyone on my team understand that they are involved and contribute in their own way. Then there are some who want to be the big fish in a small pond. Then maybe it’s time to go.
“Here there is a large pond, but it is not just big fish in it.”