Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's post-match comments following Manchester United's shambolic showing against Everton on Sunday will have left plenty of United players worrying about their Old Trafford careers.
A 4-0 defeat at Goodison Park was United's sixth in eight games in all competitions, with even the most ardent supporters insisting it was the team's worst performance of what has been a largely underwhelming season.
Plenty of players were culpable: Nemanja Matic was travelling at a snail's pace as Gylfi Sigurdsson burst past him to put Everton 2-0 up. Romelu Lukaku lost possession more than 20 times, Anthony Martial looked disinterested and even David de Gea looks a pale imitation of the goalkeeper regarded by many as the best in the business.
Only 24 hours after insisting that wholesale signings in the summer was "no quick fix" to United's problems, Solskjaer hinted that those failing to live up his expectations will not play under him next season.
"I'm going to be successful here and there are players there who will not be part of that successful team," he said after the match.
"Many of them do have it. We have to stick together as a team. We can't change the whole squad - it's got to be one step at a time."
Here is a look at some of those players who may ply their trade away from Old Trafford next season.
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