Australia, France, Turkey and Greece – the former Man Utd midfielder changes four teams in eight months


Morgan Schneiderlin has spent more than half of his career in English football, where he has played for teams such as Southampton, Manchester United and Everton.

In fact, the French midfielder spent a full 12 years on the Island, playing 200 matches in the elite of English football, as he has now gone viral for a very interesting thing.

The 33-year-old has not scored any goals or assisted, but due to the fact that within 2023 he has changed four teams.

He was under contract with French side Nice who loaned him to Western Sydney in Australia for six months.

The Australian club didn’t buy him and Nice didn’t keep him leaving him free to leave.


Schneiderlin decided to continue his career at Turkish side Konyaspor, where he joined them on July 1, but his adventure in Turkey surprisingly lasted only 10 days, as he left Konya on July 10.

The Turks announced that the contract with Schneiderlin was terminated by mutual consent due to family reasons that the footballer had.

Now the player has signed for the small Greek team AE Kifisias who now plays in the Greek Super League.

Thus Schneiderlin is for the record, as it is difficult to find a footballer who changes four clubs in such a short period of time within eight months.