Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Manchester United boss, has warned some players in his squad who believe they are bigger than the club.
He further asked such players to find new clubs.
While making reference to his experience as a player with United, he 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.
“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.
United go into Sundays game against West Brom, third on the log with 45 points, eight behind leaders Manchester City.