ACQUIRED: Signed with Minnesota United on 1.24.2017
Schuller is an active member of the Finland national team and joined the Loons after playing in the top leagues of his home country and Sweden. He was loaned to Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi (HJK) on August 9 for the latter part of the 2017 MLS season, but has since rejoined MNUFC for the 2018 campaign.
Though he primarily plays in a more defensive role in the midfield, Schuller is not afraid to make forays into the opposing penalty area. He has a deft touch that has allowed him to net several spectacular goals during his career so far.
Schuller turned pro at age 17, signing with FC Honka in his hometown of Espoo, Finland. He made 63 appearances for the club, helping it reach Europa League qualifying for three straight seasons.
He was transferred to Finnish giants HJK in early 2012 and, despite the high-pressure environment, was a huge success with the country’s top club. He scored 10 goals in 88 appearances en route to three consecutive league titles and helped HJK become the first Finnish club to reach the Europa League group stage.
Following the 2015 season, Schuller transferred to BK Hacken in Sweden’s Allsvenskan. He featured in roughly half of the side's league matches in 2016, scoring his first goal for the club in the final match of the season.
2017: Made MLS debut as a starter on March 3 at POR ... Missed March 25 match at NE due to international duty with Finland.
INTERNATIONAL: Schuller has made 25 appearances for Finland at the senior level since 2013. He featured with the U21 and U19 national teams as well.