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Former £24m Manchester United midfielder finds a new club after having his contract TERMINATED just nine days after signing for previous club this summer

An ex-Manchester United midfielder has found a new club in the Greek Super League almost two months after terminating his contract with Konyaspor after only nine days. 

The 33-year-old departed the Turkish club in August little over a week after penning a two-year deal due to family reasons. 

He has now opted to sign for Kifisia who are currently sat in 10th place with just one win from seven league outings. 

The Greek side announced the signing of the defensive midfielder, who spent 18 months at Old Trafford, before their weekend draw with Aris. 

Morgan Schneiderlin will hope to have found some stability following his move after having stints with Nice, Western Sydney Wanderers and Konyaspor since leaving Everton in 2020. 

Schneiderlin spent 18 months at Old Trafford where he won the FA Cup and Europa League

Schneiderlin spent 18 months at Old Trafford where he won the FA Cup and Europa League

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The defensive midfielder had a 12-game loan spell in Australia with Western Sydney Wanderers

The defensive midfielder had a 12-game loan spell in Australia with Western Sydney Wanderers

Schneiderlin enjoyed the finest years of his career with various sides in England.

In 2008, he joined Southampton, then in the Championship, and stayed despite their relegation to League One to guide them back into the Premier League in 2012.

Three years on, Schneiderlin moved to United in a deal worth £24million. He remained at Old Trafford for 18 months and won the FA Cup and Europa League.

Everton beckoned in January 2017 with Schneiderlin making 88 appearances in total.

He has been capped 15 times at international level and was named in their France squads for the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016.

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