Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger looks set for a summer exit after being forced to watch his sides latest game from the stands.
The former World Cup winner has been banished to the reserves and dropped from the Red Devils last two games.
The 32-year-old did however, look in high spirits giving his Twitter followers the thumbs up and a smile.
— Basti Schweinsteiger (@BSchweinsteiger) August 19, 2016
United have been criticised for the way in which Schweinsteiger has been treated but he does not appear to be bitter about it. The former Germany international congratulated his team following the 2-0 victory.
Schweinsteiger does however, have another two-years remaining on his United contract and if he decided to stay on United would have to pay close to £14 million for him to play in the reserves.
United could however, be offered a lifeline by Galatasaray who are interested in the experienced midfielder
Turkish sports paper AMK have revealed that the Lions want Schweinsteiger on loan and are willing to pay up to €3.5 million of Schweinsteiger €6.5 million salary.
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