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Ronald Koeman: Morgan Schneiderlin will stay at Southampton


Southampton manager Ronald Koeman rubbished rumours that midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin will leave during the summer transfer window.

The 24-year-old is one of the main targets for former Saints manager Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham but according to Koeman the club will not allow the player to leave.

"No, for us that [situation] is away [gone]," Koeman said during his press conference.

"The rumours about him are away. He played a fantastic match against Liverpool and how he has acted is fantastic.

"He has to continue to show his qualities like on Sunday and we are happy to have him in the squad."

Asked if things could change if an important offer is made for the Frenchman, the manager explained that the decision to keep the player is final.

"It doesn't depend on offers. He will stay at Southampton," Koeman added.

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