“Decisive talks”: midfield marauder keen to be United’s first signing of the year

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When his loan agreement expires at the conclusion of the current campaign, Marcel Sabitzer is willing to sign a long-term contract with Manchester United.

The Austrian wants to remain at Old Trafford longer, according to German sports journalist Florian Plettenberg.

According to Plettenberg, Sabitzer is content in Manchester and his long-term status will probably be decided in the coming weeks.

He is at ease at MUFC and is considering a definitive move to Man Utd. Nothing is resolved. Next weeks will see decisive discussions, according to the Tier 1 journalist.

Regardless of United’s choice, Plettenberg claims the midfielder has drawn interest from other Premier League clubs and will likely depart parent club Bayern Munich at the end of the season.

“At this point, returning to Munich is doubtful. He verified that he received numerous inquiries from Premier League clubs.

On the final day of the January transfer window, Sabitzer was brought in as a last-minute emergency loan after Christian Eriksen’s injury left United short in the center of the field.

The Austrian has made 11 appearances for United, appearing in most of the games for which he was eligible.

Due to his enthusiastic play, Sabitzer has developed into something of a club favorite, and many fans are hoping a transfer can be made for the 29-year-old.

His game-winning goal against Fulham in the FA Cup quarterfinal at home guaranteed that United would return to Wembley this season, setting up a semifinal match against Brighton at the end of the month.

It’s uncertain whether Ten Hag will give the board the go-ahead to finalize the purchase of Sabitzer, but given that Bayern are open to selling and that the purchase won’t require exorbitant sums of money, it seems obvious that United should sign the Austrian for the upcoming season.

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