Solskjaer will cull deadweight in squad, Football News & Top Stories

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Speaking at his post-match media conference, Solskjaer is hoping Manchester United can use the Europa League as a positive next term.

Solskjaer said after the game, "there's a chance you've seen the last of some players" and it seems Sanchez could be one of them.

With Manchester United's Champions League ambitions mathematically torpedoed by a mediocre 1-1 draw with Huddersfield Town on Saturday, poor old Juan Mata was left to sift through the rubble of a campaign gone belly up.

Manchester United missing out on the Champions League will hit the club hard from a financial perspective.

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According to a Football Leaks report that was cited by Daily Mail, due to a clause attached in the majority of the club's big-name players' contracts, a number of first-team stars are set to lose 25% of their wages for finishing outside the top four. United aren't going to go from here and win the title in the next 12 to 18 months or two years. At the time, members of the Madrid board thought United had fallen into the trap of his agent, Mino Raiola, whom they suspected managed to inflate the price of his client by putting United through an imaginary "auction". "I think what they should do to start with is shift the people that are in charge of the club back to the business side of club and back down to London", Neville told Sky Sports.

Exhausted of reading? Click through the mini-gallery above to see the impact on United's top five earners after the club's failure to land a Champions League berth for next season, according to Football Leaks! We needed other teams to help us out and we needed to help ourselves and we haven't done that.

The pain of United's predicament is only intensified by watching fiercest rivals Liverpool and Manchester City raise the bar to new heights in their tussle for the Premier League title.

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