Edinson Cavani and Eric Bailly are said to have demanded answers from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Cavani, an Uruguayan striker, has seven goals in 25 games this season, with nearly half of his appearances coming off the bench.
Meanwhile, Bailly has struggled to unseat Victor Lindelof as Solskjaer’s preferred partner for Harry Maguire, making only 13 appearances across all competitions.
And the two of them want the Manchester United manager to decide about their futures.
Both players want to know where they stand under Solskjaer and if they will be given more regular minutes next season, according to The Sun.