Sabitzer Refuses To Rule Out Permanent Transfer To Man Utd
Bayern Munich midfielder Marcel Sabitzer has refused to rule out the possibility of extending his stay at Manchester United beyond the current loan deal, which is set to expire at the end of the season. Sabitzer was brought to Old Trafford just before the January transfer deadline and was originally intended to provide cover for the injured Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek.
However, his importance has increased further following two suspensions for midfield linchpin Casemiro in recent months. Sabitzer recently scored a crucial goal in United’s FA Cup victory over Fulham on Sunday.
When asked about his future at the club, Sabitzer stated that he had to make a quick decision to join United in January and that he was focused on the present. However, he went on to add that he is happy to be part of the team and the club and will give his best. Sabitzer hopes that his versatility is proving useful to manager Erik ten Hag amid a punishing schedule for the Red Devils.
Sabitzer’s ability to play all over midfield has been a significant asset to United, and he is keen to contribute in any way he can. He likes to do the dirty work, run, go forward, and make box-to-box movements, and he is relishing the high-intensity games and transitions at the club.
United fans are hoping for an all-Manchester final against neighbors City. Still, Sabitzer insists that the team is not looking past their next opponent, Brighton, in the FA Cup, who he describes as a tough opponent and a good team. He says that the team is excited and prepared to go to Wembley and wants to reach the final.
It remains to be seen whether United will extend Sabitzer’s loan deal beyond this season, but his recent performances have certainly caught the eye. He has proven to be a valuable asset to the team, and his contributions could be crucial in the club’s pursuit of success this season.