David de Gea, Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku will all consider their futures if Manchester United fail to qualify for the Champions League.
United’s The 4-0 humiliation at Everton on Sunday has left United sixth on 64 points. A Champions League berth is out of United’s hands.
De Gea is yet to agree fresh terms, United being forced to trigger a one-year extension on the goalkeeper’s deal to extend it until 2020. If they finish outside the top four, the prospect of De Gea agreeing a new contract looks remote and at 28 he may opt to leave.
Pogba, who signed from Juventus in August 2016 on a five-year deal, was minded to leave last summer, with Barcelona having made a bid.
He admitted on Monday that United’s players had disrespected the club with their performance in the defeat against Everton on Sunday and called for a reaction against Manchester City on Wednesday night.