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Manchester United suffer blow as midfielder target decides to stay put


Manchester United target Bastian Schweinsteiger will not leave Bayern Munich in the summer.

The 30-year-old is a target for boss Louis van Gaal according to reports in England but speaking to Die Welt, the experienced midfielder made it clear that his desire is to continue at the Allianz Arena ahead of next year's European Championship.

"I would like to win the Champions League again, but also play as successfully as we have done in the last few years," Schweinsteiger told Die Welt.

“We are three-time German champions and I don't think any team has managed it four times before, so that's a motivation.

"I feel good and I'm ready to play for the next three years at the top level. That's my goal.

"We also have next year's Euro 2016 to look forward to.

"This is obviously a big target, not only for me but also for the whole nation of Germany."

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