According to reports, Marcel Sabitzer is ready to secure a permanent move to Manchester United from Bayern Munich.
The Serbian international moved to Old Trafford in January when Eriksen got injured and lately, he has impressed under Erik ten Hag.
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As per an exclusive story covered by Football Insider, Sabitzer is pressing to permanently join the Red Devils from Bayern Munich.
The news source have revealed that there is a willingness from all parties and it is highly likely the player will secure the move.
Since moving to the 20-time English champions, the Austrian international has so far started 9 games under the management of Ten Hag and directly contributed in 4 goals (3 goals and 1 assist).
The £5.9million a year star (The Sun) scored two goals in the last Europa League encounter against Sevilla but missed the last Premier League contest vs Nottingham Forest due to a groin concern.
Man Utd heavily relied on Bruno Fernandes in the CAM position and we had no adequate replacement in the squad before the arrival of the former RB Leipzig star.
Sabitzer, who won the Austrian Player of the Year award on 2017, is a creative attack minded midfielder, who has the ability to feature in both the No.8 and No. 10 positions.
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