David de Gea and Paul Pogba have reportedly decided to push for an exit from Manchester United if the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
There have already been suggestions that the pair could depart Old Trafford this summer, with De Gea having just over a year remaining on his contract and Pogba said to hold a desire to take on a new challenge in the near future.
According to The Times, the duo will move themselves closer to the exit door should United not secure a place in European football's premier competition for next season.
De Gea and Pogba are aware that they will not be short of offers should they request a move to another club, and it appears that neither player wants to feature in the Europa League.
United will allegedly prioritise keeping both men during the summer transfer window.