Manchester United head Jose Mourinho says for Bastian Schweinsteiger it would “very difficult” to come back in the team or to feature in any of United’s game and claims he is “surprised” that Bayern Munich haven’t made any attempt to buy Schweinsteiger.

The 32-year-old German star who recently retired from International football last month, but could not make it to Manchester United’s first team and now training with the under-21s since Jose Mourinho took over as manager.

Bayern president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told to the Bild "I could hardly believe it. One or two players are going to think long and hard in future about whether they want to go to such a club. Nothing like that has ever happened at Bayern Munich."

Replying to that Jose Mourinho said "I thought after I read some quotes from people at Bayern Munich that they would run to Manchester to bring him (Schweinsteiger) back, but no, that did not happen.
"I am quite surprised that Mr Rummennigge is not here now to take him back."

On Wednesday, Schweinsteiger replied to his fan on twitter, he has no plan to leave Manchester United and he is ready to serve for the club whenever he will be required and Manchester United would be the last European Club he will be playing for. 

And in his earlier interview, the United’s new boss has already expressed the Bastian Schweinsteiger’s situation at the club,

He said, “What is happening is what is happening in every club in the world. The manager decides his squad and chooses a certain number of players to face the season."