World Cup winner and Germany legend Bastian Schweinsteiger is going through a nightmarish period at Manchester United currently. The veteran German has been training with the U-23 reserve team and Mourinho has made it abundantly clear that he has no future at Old Trafford.
According to reports, the Red Devils are ready to let go of the German for as low as £2 million this summer. The main reason thought to be for the massive discount is the reduction of his wage from United’s bill.
Initially, Celtic were believed to be interested but in a recent interview Brendan Rogers, the Celtic manager, has said that the news is unfounded and he wants a player who “have to be hungry in every single game and every training session”. Well looks like Rodgers and Mourinho has something in common in thinking the same about Bastian Schweinsteiger.
Once a top class midfield enforcer, the German has been a shadow of his former self and hardly could impress the club or the fans last season.