After warming the bench at Bayern Munich, the Austrian international moved to Old Trafford on loan during the winter transfer window.
According to the Sky Sports journalist:
“He feels at ease at #MUFC and can see himself joining Man Utd on a permanent basis.” “However, nothing was decided.”
“Decisions will be made in the coming weeks.” Returning to Munich seems improbable at this point. Many Premier League clubs have enquired about him, according to reports.”
The 29-year-old star is a versatile midfielder who can play in a variety of positions.
He scored nine goals and gave seven assists for RB Leipzig in the 2020-21 season, but he only started eight Bundesliga games for Bayern last season.
The £113,000-a-week player captains the Austrian national team and has made 69 appearances and contributed directly to 26 goals.
During the international break, Sabitzer scored two goals, one of which was a stunning direct freekick, and assisted on another in a 4-1 victory over Azerbaijan. (UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers),
So far, he has only started five Premier League games under Ten Hag. He set up the winning goal for Manchester United against Brentford on Wednesday night.
Sport Bild reported last month that the versatile midfielder is at ease at Old Trafford. Should the Red Devils make Sabitzer’s loan move permanent, in your opinion?