Morgan Schneiderlin comments on his Everton future

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Morgan Schneiderlin struggled to play regularly for Everton this season.

Morgan Schneiderlin of Everton FC looks on during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Everton FC at Selhurst Park on April 27, 2019 in London, United Kingdom.

Everton defensive midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has suggested to Winamax that he is open to leaving the club in the summer transfer window.

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."

Morgan Schneiderlin of Everton arrives at the stadium prior to the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Everton FC at Selhurst Park on April 27, 2019 in London, United Kingdom.

Leaving Everton

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.

According to WhoScored, the 29-year-old made 10 starts and four substitute appearances in the Premier League for the Toffees this season.

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.

Everton's Morgan Schneiderlin

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