Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told to sell three players as he attempts to take the club back to the where it belongs, the top of European football.
Journalist Philib de Brun, via the Daily Star, thinks that the three players namely Marouane Fellaini, Marcos Rojo and Antonio Valencia have nothing to offer the club.
He further said that they should be offloaded in the current January transfer window.
Philib de Brun is the Beyond The Pitch podcast host.
According to him, Marouane Fellaini is not suited to the new playing style under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Norwegian tactician Solskjaer was appointed the interim Red Devils manager in December shortly after the dismissal of Jose Mourinho.
Fellaini was a regular under Mourinho but his role at the club has been reduced since the advent of Solskjaer as the new Manchester United manager.
The Belgian has been ruled out for at least four weeks with calf problem.
He still has 18 months left on the two-year contract that he signed in the summer.
De Brun also thinks Marcos Rojo should be sold mainly because of his consistent injury problems while he said that the best days of Antonio Valencia are behind him.
Both Rojo and Valencia have six months left on their respective contracts at Old Trafford.