£113,000-a-week creative star willing to agree Man United move 

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Florian Plettenberg claims that Marcel Sabitzer is willing to consent to a long-term transfer to Manchester United. The talks are almost finished.

After warming the bench at Bayern Munich, the Austrian international transferred to Old Trafford on loan during the winter transfer window.

The Sky Sports reporter said:

He is at ease with #MUFC and is considering a permanent move to Man Utd. But nothing was determined.

The following weeks will see decisive negotiations. At this point, returning to Munich seems doubtful. Several Premier League clubs reportedly made inquiries about him.

The 29-year-old star is a versatile midfielder who can play in a variety of midfield positions.

He had 9 goals and 7 assists for RB Leipzig in the 2020–21 season, but only started eight Bundesliga games for Bayern last year.

The Austrian national team captain makes £113,000 a week and has made 69 appearances while directly assisting 26 goals so far.

In the 4-1 victory over Azerbaijan during the international break, Sabitzer contributed an assist in addition to scoring twice, including an exquisite direct freekick. (UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers),

He has only made five Premier League starts thus far under Ten Hag. He provided the assist for Man Utd’s game-winning goal against Brentford on Wednesday.

Sport Bild reported last month that the adaptable midfielder is at ease at Old Trafford. Should the Red Devils make Sabitzer’s loan arrangement permanent in your opinion?

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