Marcel Sabitzer is not sure what the future holds for him after his current loan deal with Manchester United runs out at the end of the season, but is ‘very proud’ of his time at the club so far. Sabitzer only became part of the United midfield in January, signing from Bayern Munich on loan for the rest of this season after Christian Eriksen's ankle injury saw him ruled out for nearly three months. The Austrian has impressed in his 16 appearances in red, particularly in a role behind the striker from which he has registered two goals and an assist. Sabitzer has seen a much-varied midfield unit during his three months at Old Trafford, with Eriksen only returning in April while both Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes have both served suspensions.
Sabitzer has shown some promise in his loan spell with Man Utd, despite previously struggling for first-team football for much of his time at Bayern. The Austria international surely has something to offer the Red Devils on a more long-term basis, so it will be interesting to see how much they push for this permanent move to be completed.
Whether or not the Red Devils will push to keep him or Bayern Munich are keen to get him back is not yet clear, but he is enjoying his stay in the Premier League. ‘Here at United, everything is bigger. People are crazy about United. I enjoy being here, I’m very proud,’ Sabitzer told Sky SportDE. On whether he has spoken to new Bayern Munich boss Thomas Tuchel, he said: ‘Nothing as of now, everyone is focused on their task. We will discuss that at the right moment, no rush’
SOURCE: Sky SportDE
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