Bastian Schweinsteiger is no longer a squad member at Manchester United after being forced to do train on his own by manager Jose Mourinho.
It has been viewed as very poor treatment of the player who has won numerous titles including the World Cup. Regarded as one of the finest midfielders of this generation, Schweinsteiger will find no shortage of interested clubs even though he is over 30. One of the potential destinations would be the MLS and the player himself has confirmed that the same. Only recently, he stated that United would be his last club in European football irrespective of Mourinho’s decision.
The Portuguese responded by claiming that Schweinsteiger was wasting his time by thinking that he would be recalled to the United first-team squad and given numerous first-team opportunities this season. Mourinho stated that he is more than happy to work with only 23 outfield players, thus leaving Schweinsteiger with little opportunity to return to the first-team selection. After spending the next six months at United, it is widely believed that Schweinsteiger will look for options elsewhere. The January transfer window will also coincide with the start of the new MLS season. The 32-year-old confirmed that he will not rule out the possibility of joining an MLS team.
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