Bastian Schweinsteiger staying upbeat despite Man Utd exile

Posted November 28, 2016

Earlier this weekend, Santos manager Dorival Junior said he wanted to send a message to the world by making a move for Schweinsteiger.

Bastian Schweinsteiger's Manchester United nightmare has been well documented this season.

He told UOL Esporte: "It would be a huge wake-up call for the world".

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"I've tried to convince the board of Santos of my plan, which is that Santos need a player with worldwide recognition", he said.

Having previously been frozen out by Jose Mourinho, there seemed to be a slim chance of ever seeing him in a Man United shirt again. I have not officially passed this on [to the board], it is my initiative to have a player with Schweinsteiger's history. "He fits that profile".

However, Schweinsteiger has been pictured training with his Manchester United team-mates in recent weeks as he keeps his fitness levels in check. "He is not wanted in Manchester and suddenly a Brazilian club (like us) may be interested in an athlete with his profile who could move in the transfer market". Since the arrival of Jose Mourinho this summer, he has not seen any game time at all and was even exiled from first team training during pre-season.

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The 32-year-old has made 31 appearances for the Red Devils since joining the club from Bayern Munich last season.

Schweinsteiger's contract with United is due to expire in 2018.

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