The article is from nearly a month ago, while Schuller was on international duty with Finland for EURO qualifiers. The following quote is (Google) translated from Swedish:
“I have had the same coach and environment for three years. The development I have got there has been very rewarding but I think it is quite done,” Schüller believes.
“It is very possible that there will be a change to the next season, but I do not know what it will be for change.”
Schuller, 28, joined Minnesota for the club’s inaugural MLS season in 2017. He struggled to acclimate that year and was loaned back to Finland’s HJK midway through the season.
Schuller found more playing time in 2018, but, with the arrivals of Jan Gregus and Ozzie Alonso, has not always been a first-choice player this season.
In the same article, he clarified that the right offer would need to come in:
“I’m still not there in my career that I can choose and choose between clubs. It is about what is in the moment and what is offered, and that the package works for me personally.”
According to the MLS Players’ Union, Schuller is due to make $275,004 in base salary and $300,004 in guaranteed compensation this year.