Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will call his players in for an ‘inquest meeting’ the day after the club’s final Premier League fixture.
United finish their campaign by hosting Cardiff City at Old Trafford on May 12, however Solskjaer will request his players report to their Carrington training ground for a season-ending debrief the following day.
According to The Sun the 46-year-old is unhappy with the club’s form towards the end of the season, with United having won just once in their past seven fixtures in all competitions.
That run has seen Manchester United exit both the Champions League and FA Cup, whilst the club are also unlikely to secure a top four finish with just two games remaining.
United currently sit sixth ahead of this weekend’s trip to already relegated Huddersfield but require slip-ups from both Chelsea and Arsenal over the final two games if they are to secure Champions League football for next season.