Solskjaer sends warning to Manchester United players that play for personal glory

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has sent a message to Manchester United players over the kind of attitude and personality he doesn’t want from any of them.

The Norwegian has vowed to get rid of any player he feels is egoistic.

“We have one common cause – to win. If I ever sense players playing for themselves, their own accolades and personal awards, I won’t have them in the team. It’s simple,” he told the Daily Mail.

“I don’t want egos. It can’t be about one player thinking he is going to score more goals than someone else. If you win as a team, it doesn’t matter if you have scored 15 goals or 30. It only matters that you have contributed,” the Norwegian explained.

Meanwhile, the next focus for Solskjaer and the team is our Europa League quarterfinals clash against Copenhaghen on Monday.