Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has made it clear that players will get into his team on merit next season.
Solskjaer says “most” of his players will have a chance, to show they deserve to play a big part in United’s future.
The Red Devils boss is rebuilding his squad and has already brought Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Ahead of a new campaign, Solskjaer this week welcomed the majority of his players back from holiday and on Sunday, they head to Australia to begin their pre-season tour.
Solskjaer, asked if every player would begin with a clean slate and an opportunity to impress, told the club’s official website: “Yeah, there is a chance for everyone.
“They are all going to be a part of this. Well, most of them anyway.”
The Norwegian related the situation to how he felt as a player with United, during the Alex Ferguson era.
“I always felt the first couple of weeks was a big chance for me to impress the gaffer and to show him that I am ready for the season,” Solskjaer added.