The CEO of Bayern Munich Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, feels Bastian Schweinsteiger should leave Manchester United during the January transfer window despite the German midfielder returning to training with the first team.
Mourinho revealed at the beginning of the season that the star midfielder was not part of his plans and Bastian Schweinsteiger was forced to train on his own and was also banned from training with the reserves and at a point spent time training with the under 23’s.
The situation seemed to have changed on Monday when Schweinsteiger was spotted in training with the first team of Manchester United although it is still unclear what plans Mourinho has for him.
Schweinsteiger was really excited with the change of events and went on twitter to share some thoughts on his mind.
— Basti Schweinsteiger (@BSchweinsteiger) October 31, 2016
Mourinho has revealed a lot of criticism from people on the way he handled Schweinsteiger and Rummenigge believes the former Chelsea boss could have done better with the way he treated the German world cup winner.
He said “It’s difficult to manage a generation change but, nevertheless, you have to do it with tact,” he said.
Reports claim that AC Milan are interested in Schweinsteiger It is believed that the Italian club is ready to bring the German to the club as Milan believe that Schweinsteiger still has a lot to offer and will make a move for him during the January transfer window.
Rummenigge believes that a move in January will be good for Schweinsteiger. He said My wish for him is that he finds a solution once the transfer window opens in January.”