Everton fans have reacted furiously to Morgan Schneiderlin’s latest message on social media website Twitter.
However, the midfielder sent out a public message stating that the reports weren’t true yesterday.
Schneiderlin’s tweet has not gone down well with Everton fans, who have accused him of lacking effort throughout the campaign so far.
If your serious you need to speak to former players and staff and look at the history of Everton FC and understand the passion & determination & effort of the club & it's players,if you then can't respect it or get on board your best leaving, our fans are true football fans.#EFC— Chris Christianson (@CrisCristianson) November 6, 2017
We've all watched you this season & seen that second booking you got in Lyon, y'know, Morgan? Actions speak louder than words & all that...— Everton Musings (@EvertonMusings) November 6, 2017
Mad how he's gone from being our best player last season to this. Hope he digs in and finds his form, better than Gana on his day.— FrankE (@egletonf) November 6, 2017
Can tell that's written by an agent, playing things down. We've seen your recent performances & the lack of effort. No commitment at all— Jags6 EFC (@BlueSarah1878) November 6, 2017
Stop sulking half arsed around the pitch then lad— Louis Crawford (@LouisCrawford10) November 6, 2017
start performing then Mo nice one— IG17 (@ThatBossGueye) November 6, 2017
You don't play like it. Start earning your wages, lad. Or jog on. Everton has NO room for passengers. Us fans will be here long after you.— Very Angry Statto (@VeryAngryStatto) November 6, 2017
Schneiderlin’s future at Goodison Park is now firmly up in the air, as the January transfer window draws ever closer.
In Schneiderlin’s absence at the weekend, Everton managed to pick up a victory against Watford in their last contest.
The Toffees were 2-0 down against Marco Silva’s side and appeared to be heading to defeat, but they showed a great deal of fight to come back.
Everton managed to score their goals through Oumar Niasse, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Leighton Baines, as they picked up a crucial three points.