The midfielder’s future with Manchester United has not yet been decided, according to Roger Wittmann, Marcel Sabitzer’s agent. In the January transfer window, Bayern Munich loaned the Austrian international to the Red Devils.
Currently, it looks like when his loan agreement expires at the end of this season, he will be sent back to the enduring German champions. The 28-year-old played 54 times for Bayern, making two goals and two assists.
While his deal with the German team runs through June 2025. The Bavarians, though, are reportedly open to the possibility of him leaving the club and are willing to split ways for £16 million.
Meanwhile, Sabitzer has started the Red Devils’ last three Premier League games. However, he missed last week’s Europa League match against Barcelona due to a suspension
Sabitzer’s representative has stated that no decision has been made on his future so far. While rumours suggest Man United are to be considering hiring him on a permanent basis.
Marcel Sabitzer’s agent comments on his Man United future
Wittman told German outlet Sport1:
“He loves the Premier League. At Man United, we see Marcel from RB Leipzig again.”
“I am very happy for him. What’s next in summer? We’ll see when the time comes.”
The playing style of Sabitzer, according to his agent, has helped him settle into the Premier League swiftly.
“He loves this English hardness.”
“It was clear from the start that the Premier League was a great fit for him.”
“He is an aggressive player. He does exactly what he can there. And that’s what’s needed there.”
Sabitzer will be trying to get a start against Barcelona on Thursday in the second leg of the Europa League quarterfinal.
If chosen, Sabitzer will participate in the Europa League for the first time since December 2018, when he was a member of the Leipzig team.
Man United will have the home field advantage this time after playing to a 2-2 draw with Barcelona last week at the Camp Nou thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and a Jules Kounde own goal.
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