Manchester United players blame each other for their imminent pay decline after they reportedly missed the top four.
The Red Devils beat Huddersfield relegated at John Smith's Stadium for the last time to retain their team The Champions League qualifier hopes to be alive but could only draw.
Players will now lose a quarter of their pay because they have missed the financial impact of qualifying for the European elite competition.
The Red Devils are already known among the agents as a deductible of salaries if the team does not qualify for the Champions League.
Club bosses had before About this fact was clear that the kit deal with Adidas is also reduced by 30 percent, if they have missed the Champions League football two years in a row.
Manchester United's players are expected to see a 25 percent decline in wages.
And according to Four Four Two, this has caused a bit of dressing room cracking with players accusing each other because they did not manage to finish among the top four.
Manchester United's last match of the season is against Cardiff City, which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made in 2014.