Some Everton supporters really don't want Morgan Schneiderlin at Goodison Park next season.
Everton fans disagree with Marco Silva’s decision to give Morgan Schneiderlin a fresh start at Goodison Park.
The Portuguese boss is keen to work with Schneiderlin, and see what he can offer the Toffees in the season ahead.
The news has not gone down well with Everton fans though, as they were largely hoping to see the back of the former Manchester United man this summer.
Please No!!!!!— Kevin Jones (@kevmawr) June 13, 2018
NO,not good enough,too lazy and bad attitude,just get rid, need better quality than him.— Mal in Crete (@malincrete) June 14, 2018
If we are gonna progress we must get rid of players like Schneiderlin not keep him. We must bring in top players who can go straight into the team a top CB, WC, Lozano, Martial and a back up LB. #efc— James Brougham (@JamesBrougham1) June 14, 2018
I would take another punt on Klaassen tbh but where Schneiderlin is concerned he has had game time wasn’t impressive at all dismal most times he is inconsistent throughout last season, piss poor but Silva want to keep him bad move am afraid he looks arrogant as well— Declan O’Keefe (@DeclanOKeefeEFC) June 14, 2018
He's not wanted at our club, he's slow, lazy and uninventive oh and disinterested. Ship him out, New blood needed in key positions.— Chris Christianson (@CrisCristianson) June 14, 2018
Let's hope it's not true. This guy should be one of the first to be jettisoned.— Mel '73 (@melbourne1973) June 14, 2018
If it’s the player from his first season then I’d keep him. Whether he was playing for a move during the last few games he at least showed what he can do. If he wants to move on then let him & it takes a huge wave off the club for new investment.— Martin Turner (@Blueboy5197) June 14, 2018
Don’t get me wrong I think Schneiderlin is a good player hence y silva wants to keep him but I think he’s burnt his bridges with the fans and also his attitude— Soph (@SophGallagher4) June 13, 2018
Schneiderlin’s strong run of form towards the end of the season may just have saved him from the chop.
The central midfielder was out of sorts for most the campaign, and his attitude was regularly questioned by the Everton faithful.
If Schneiderlin is to win over the Goodison Park crowd, he will have to have an exceptional season under Silva’s tutelage.
Schneiderlin looks likely to partner Idrissa Gueye in Everton’s midfield next term, unless Silva brings in a new central midfielder to add more competition.