Erik ten Hag has sent a warning to Man United players via an interesting email sent to the entire squad after taking over, claims The Sun.
In the email, the Dutchman reportedly emphasized that football is a team game and that they will be shown the door if unable to adapt to his style.
Ten Hag plans on instilling a Sir Alex Ferguson-esque discipline at the club after all the leaks and controversies from last season.
A United source told The Sun details about the email, saying: “The new gaffer sent the first-team players an email, telling them that football is a team game and no individual is more important than any other.
“His emphasis is all on the team — despite United possessing world-class stars. He wants the players to train at a higher intensity so that each session is like a game.
“The players have been told that their fitness levels will be the best they have ever been and that if they stick with him and back him, they will be fine. If not, they will be out the door.
“They will be drilled and drilled until they get it right. And if they can’t he’ll replace them with some of the promising youngsters.”