Manchester United interim boss, Ralf Rangnick has affirmed his position as the club boss and in line with authorities, sent a clear message to any of the club players angry with their lack of game opportunities at Old Trafford.
About five senior team players are said to be unhappy at the club and are seeking moves out of Old Trafford this January transfer window.
Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard and Dean Henderson are among the players being linked with moves away, amid a lack of playing time.
And Rangnick has told any unhappy player to come to him for a chat before deciding the next step.
“All the players are still here. With a squad we have at Manchester United, a lot of players in every position, you’re always going to have unhappy players,” he said ahead of United’s Premier League clash against Wolves on Monday.
“My office and my door is always open, we’ve had quite a few discussions already in the last two weeks and whenever a player would like to speak to me my door is always open and i can tell them where they stand.
“But as I said we can only play with 11 players and we can only sub three players in each game…
“I can understand players who would like to get more game time and maybe see their chance somewhere else in another club in England or abroad, but this is only one issue that the player would like to do. We still have Covid, we are still in three competitions.
“But also we have to think about it in the eyes of the club, we have to think about what is best for the club.”