Schneiderlin happy to stay

Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin insists he is happy to stay at the club and will never try and engineer a move away from St Mary's.

Last Updated: 25/04/14 at 09:21 Post Comment

Morgan Schneiderlin: Happy to stay at Southampton

Morgan Schneiderlin: Happy to stay at Southampton

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Schneiderlin, along with several of his Southampton team-mates, have been linked with moves away this summer after catching the eye of some of the Premier League's big guns.

The likes of Arsenal and Manchester United have been credited with an interest in the Frenchman, but the 24-year-old is content to stay at the club as long as they want him.

"We know top teams are watching us," Schneiderlin is quoted as saying by The Mirror.

"As long as we don't receive a concrete offer, and as long as the club says they won't sell, I will never force a transfer."

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