(Don't have a link. Google if you want)
Yes I also read/heard this somewhere. From his point of view it makes complete sense - why commit yourself to another 3-5 year deal with Vancouver if there is uncertainty whether you will be starting or not. Hes stated he wants to be a starting goalie whether its here or elsewhere and stated that he feels he deserves it which no one can argue with. If Vancouver can't move Luongo due to his contract/age/whatever they will be stuck with him.
It makes sense from Schneiders point of view and his agents to see what happens with Luongo first. Can't blame him. It's a smart business decision and doesn't make him sound less of a team player at all. Hes what, 25/26 now? Hes in his prime. He wants to be starting everygame. Not 30, 40, 50 or an even split. Every game possible which just isn't viable if Luongo is still around for another 3-5 years.