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Ilkay Gundogan has voiced his anger at Jose Mourinho's treatment of fellow German Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The former Bayern Munich man has been completely cast aside and made to train with the club's reserves by Mourinho, who does not see him as part of his plans. Yet Gundogan cannot understand why Schweinsteiger, who has handled himself professionally throughout, is not even being given a chance by the United boss.
Speaking to Sport Bild, he said the decision to completely omit his former Germany teammate is "disrespectful.
"I believe that Manchester United could 100 percent benefit from a fit Bastian Schweinsteiger. If everything you hear and read is true, you can consider it disrespectful. He's not just some player, and also not only 18 or 19." he said.
We're just waiting for a United and England player to come out and slate Pep Guardiola for his treatment of Joe Hart.
As for Schweinsteiger, he will surely look to move on in January when the transfer window re-opens.
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