Real Madrid coach Vanderlei Luxemburgo has warned any disaffected players that he only wants those that are fully committed to the club.
“Anyone that isn’t happy will have the opportunity to leave,” the Brazilian told Spanish sports daily Marca.
“I don’t want to see angry faces here. Everyone should be content because if not we will not be able to construct a winning team.
“Those players that don’t like being on the bench are perfectly within their rights to say they want to play, but it is up to them to go out and look for another club.”
Luxemburgo’s comments follow speculation about the future of several members of the squad after the arrival of Brazilian forwards Julio Baptista and Robinho and Uruguayan duo Pablo Garcia and Carlos Diogo.
The club have already sold Argentine internationals Santiago Solari and Walter Samuel to Inter, while Portuguese winger Luis Figo is reported to be close to securing a deal with Serie A side.
Guti is another concerned about his lack of first team opportunities, while Michael Owen faces the prospect of being fifth in the pecking order among Real’s strikers.
“I don’t want players that are uninterested, angry or that don’t train well,” said Luxemburgo.
“I want commitment and hard work. I’m not worried whether a player gets on with another one or not. What is important, though, is that they are happy with the squad and the club. Personal problems should be left to one side.
“The players shouldn’t be thinking that we should win the league or the Champions League or the King’s Cup, instead they should be thinking about all three. My philosophy is that we should try to win everything.”