Everton fans have been pleading with the club to get rid of Morgan Schneiderlin during the January transfer window.
Having deputised for the injured Andre Gomes this season, the Frenchman has been under intense scrutiny following a string of inconsistent performances for the Toffees during the current campaign. The 30-year-old previously spoke to Radio 5 Live (via Toffeeweb) about the role he was asked to do under previous manager Marco Silva as he was asked to retain possession for his side rather than take risks, challenging the negative tag that had been placed on his shoulders.
Rabiot or Doucoure
James Rodriguez (loan)
That’d be some window.
— 🇮🇹 Tom (@CarIoMagnifico) January 13, 2020
Schneiderlin, who moved to Goodison Park from Manchester United in 2017 for £20m, has only started nine times for the Toffees this season as fans are crying out for more creativity in midfield. The France international does not provide a great deal as Whoscored recorded that he has provided an average of 0.3 passes per game, 0.1 crosses and has provided one assist in the entire time he has been at Everton. As a result, supporters have run out of patience and want him out the door, making their feelings clear on social media.
Check out some of the best Twitter responses from Everton fans here, where one fan insisted the midfielder ‘needs to go as soon as possible’…
schneiderlin has to go, i don’t even care if we have no midfielders, i don’t want him in my club
— ☆ (@Lixinct) January 13, 2020
We also need a cb, schniederlin needs to go ASAP
— Jonathan Mcculpha (@mcculpha) January 13, 2020
— Lewis (@lewissefc) January 13, 2020
Would I be too greedy in asking schneiderlin to go too.
— Adam (@SIUUULETSGO) January 13, 2020
Add Schneiderlin to the out column
— wolfie (@Wolf277Wolf) January 13, 2020
Definitely Sigurdsson after he didn’t give Coleman the club captain the armband when he came on
— Calum Darren Moore (@CalumDMoore) January 13, 2020
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