Marcel Sabitzer’s loan to Manchester United is almost finalized as the Bayern Munich midfielder was seen preparing to board a plane for England.
The Red Devils were shocked to learn that Christian Eriksen would be out until at least the end of April, and they acted immediately to try to find a substitute.
Sabitzer has proven to be a perfect addition, and Bayern is happy to let the 28-year-old depart on loan until the end of the current campaign.
Now, Sky Germany has seen him arriving at Munich Airport, where he will soon be boarding a trip to Manchester.
The international for Austria was also rumored to be moving to Chelsea, who inquired about his availability as a possible fallback option in case they weren’t successful in luring Enzo Fernandez away from Benfica.
Though it seems like United haha son the race to sign him, Sky Germany is reporting that he has been gipermittedo to travel to the UK while the two clubs hammer out the last few aspects of the agreement.
The Athletic claims that because Bayern hahaverovided favorable information and United’s management has approved the transaction, Sabitzer won’t need to go through a complete medical.
Though it is not anticipated to present a significant challenge, discussions at the moment are centered on a prospective buy option at the end of the season.
Sabitzer’s agent, Roger Wittmann, the CEO of the German agency Rogon, has claimed that his client is keen to join a team where he will have more opportunity to play in the first squad.
It’s obvious that he wants to play, the man said to Sky Germany. Not just any athlete, but a great player.
All I can say is that Marcel is the player who is most uncomfortable not playing. The deciding element is that he is the player who is most uncomfortable when he is losing.
In terms of personality, the boy is a murderer. The coach must determine who should play for Bayern by seeing how players who are always motivated to win behave.
Sabitzer was a player that United had expressed interest in during the summer, and former interim manager Ralf Rangnick had previously recommended him.
Ryan Gravenberch, a player Erik ten Hag is familiar with from their time together at Ajax, was also a potential target for the Red Devils, but Bayern preferred to let Sabitzer go despite the Austrian having played a much bigger part.