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Name Morgan Schneiderlin
Gender Male
Ethnic French
Job French Footballer
Desc A £24m January 2017 purchase from Manchester United, Schneiderlin immediately struck up a partnership with Gueye that helped Everton into Europe. Since then, however, the Frenchman has struggled with form and fitness leaving his future unclear under Carlo Ancelotti

Affiliation

Org French National Team
Club as Player Everton
  Manchester United
  Southampton FC

Notes

Manchester United Louis van Gaal transfer Morgan Schneiderlin to the Theatre of Dreams in July 2015 for a fee of £25 million ($32m). He was sold to Everton by Van Gaal’s successor, Jose Mourinho, in January 2017 and has yet to recapture his Southampton form

2015 09 05 Retrieve

[Morgan Schneiderlin on the England captain not knowing who the world’s most expensive teenager was] To be honest, yesterday on the plane, Wayne Rooney came to speak to me and asked me who Martial was. I told him he’s a great player with great potential. I told him he is technical and powerful. A little like Therry Henry

2016 08 06 Retrieve

[Quotes on Zlatan Ibrahimovic] Zlatan came into the dressing room and he already had an aura. He has this thing about him, it is a presence and a stature. He is tall, powerful and, on the training pitch, you can see he has a lot of quality. [. . .] you can see his touch, his movement and his way of seeing football is brilliant, so this season I think he will give us something great

2017 02 11 Retrieve

[Morgan Schneiderlin jokes about English culture] I still don’t know how you can eat beans in the morning! I like your culture, I like the humour of the English people, I like to live in England. I understand most things and, to be honest, I feel a little bit English sometimes

2020 03 23 Retrieve

[FORMER Saint and current Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin admitted he is ready to play until August to complete the season] They [the authorities] will take the best possible decision. “Football comes second here. We’re going to have to adapt. The club has given us the date of April 17 to come back to training. That seems to me maybe a little bit early. We are prepared to play until August if that is what is needed. I know that it will be difficult with certain players’ contracts coming to an end in June. I hope that it will be postponed a little bit longer because then I would be able to play again this season

They said to me that it was a bit ‘relaxed,’ that they [Britain] had not really understood how grave this thing is. In the end, they decided. But like in France, everyone is not respecting the rules given out by the Prime Minister. It will take some time to enter people’s heads a bit. They are going to have to adapt and see that they don’t have any other choice but to remain at home owing to how serious this is