Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he will keep player who are "willing to sacrifice" for the club in future.

The Norwegian will be keen to reinforce his squad ahead of next season and is aware he has a big job in his hand. The Reds Devils' hopes of a top-four finish were dealt a major blow following the 2-0 defeat to Manchester City on Wednesday night. 

"Now it's more planning, you need to think long-term," Solskjaer said after the Manchester derby.

"Of course I give my advice all the time but you learn about players more and more, if they have gone into a comfort zone, or who will be willing to sacrifice to take us forward, that's what I'm finding out."

"And they are the ones you have to continue with. You could see today with the hunger with some of the lads today you could see what it meant to many of them, but you should do that every single game."

A number of players could be on their way out with Paul Pogba and David de Gea on the lists of stars who could leave while there are a host of names on Solskjaer's shortlist. 

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