Marcel Sabitzer is reportedly keen on remaining at Old Trafford beyond his loan spell.
Manchester United signed the Austrian midfielder on a temporary deal in January.
Christian Eriksen’s untimely injury forced United to enter the market for a midfielder.
Since his arrival, Sabitzer has shown his quality on the pitch.
The 29-year-old has adjusted well to Erik ten Hag’s system, providing balance and stability.
He is extremely versatile and can play as a number six, number eight, and number ten.
According to Football Insider, Sabitzer is happy to extend his stay in Manchester, with the club keen on signing him.
The report states:
“It is understood that all parties involved in a potential deal this summer are keen to complete negotiations quickly.”
“Sabitzer is happy at Old Trafford and has informed his agent to agree to terms over a permanent deal.”
“United are eager to open negotiations in the coming weeks, and Bayern Munich are open to letting Sabitzer leave provided their £25-30million asking price is met.”
Sabitzer’s all-round skills will significantly enhance United’s midfield depth.
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