Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, reportedly scrapped an end-of-season debrief after his side were defeated by Cardiff on Sunday, the UK Sun reports.
Solskjaer had planned the meeting to review the campaign and to allow the club’s departing players to say farewell to colleagues.
However, the Norwegian scrapped the plans following the dismal 2-0 home reverse at the hands of the relegated Bluebirds.
The move is said to have angered some players after they had made travel arrangements to meet family following the get-together.
Solskjaer’s squad are not due to report back for pre-season training till July, so the likes of the departing Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia were prevented from saying goodbye to team-mates a final time.