The former Southampton and Manchester United midfielder has suggested that if Everton want to sell him and if he gets a good offer, then he could leave the Toffees.
Schneiderlin told Winamax, as translated by The Liverpool Echo: “Today I still have two years of contract, and I am a bit divided. I arrived, I had a good performance, and the next season was a bit more complicated.
"For the moment I am in the optics to respect my contract, after we will see. If the club wants to sell me and I am offered an interesting project for me, anything is possible.
"I mostly want and need to play, I feel that I have reached perhaps my best level physically, so we'll see. Yeah, everything is a possibility. I am open to discover another championship, another culture."
Schneiderlin is a good midfielder, as he showed during his time at Southampton, but the France international has had a mixed time at Everton so far.
The Sun recently reported that Everton are open to selling the Frenchman in the summer transfer window.
Schneiderlin is a good defensive midfielder who can get back to his best, but maybe he will have to leave Everton to do that.
If the Toffees get a good offer for the 29-year-old and the player is happy with it, then the two parties should seriously think of parting ways.
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