Marcel Sabitzer is keen to stay at Old Trafford following the end of his six-month loan deal.
Sabitzer, 29, made a short-term move to Manchester United on transfer deadline day ten weeks ago following a scan on Christian Eriksen’s ankle injury.
The Austrian midfielder has spoken to a German outlet. Sport Bild As for the future, the decision is ultimately up to both clubs.
He also mentioned his admiration for new head coach Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel replaced Julian Nagelsmann at Bayern Munich last month and did not envisage any role for Sabitzer in midfield.
Fabrizio Romano reported two weeks ago that Sabitzer’s “Bayern chapter is already closed with Nagelsmann.”
Sabitzer expressed his gratitude to the United staff for accepting him and allowing him to move to a new country.
“Everything was organized for me at United from day one. I had a bodyguard to take care of me the first few days.
“Nutritionists even gave me a home cook. In terms of support, United are a different number than Bayern Munich.”
According to Fabrizio Romano, the versatile midfielder has grown increasingly interested in extending his stay at United under Erik ten Haag.
Casemiro has seen plenty of game time since his loan deal was completed, missing seven Premier League games through suspension.
Romano Update It reads as follows:
“Sabitzer wants to stay. Manchester United is very happy with his influence – taking (sic) with Bayer will take place only before the end of the season and depends on Tuchel.
“There are no changes to the plans: the player wants to stay at United from March.”
Sabitzer signed for Bayern 18 months ago from Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig in a €16 million deal. The contract expires in June 2025.
United’s recruitment department is said to be working on their summer transfer plans. However, it is not clear if the strategy and the drafted list of candidates will be aligned with the new owners.
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