Marcel Sabitzer left Bayern Munich to join Manchester United on loan in January, with no option to make the transfer permanent included in the agreement.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the 29-year-old midfielder wasn’t a part of Julian Nagelsmann’s plans at the Allianz Arena, and he currently enjoys his spell at Old Trafford, playing under the command of Erik ten Hag. There was a growing feeling that an agreement would yet be found between the clubs in the summer.
But following Bayern’s sudden decision to sack Nagelsmann and appoint Thomas Tuchel in his place, things appear to be less clear for Sabitzer at the moment. It may well be that the former Mainz, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea boss decides to keep hold of the Austria international, who has more than two years left on his contract with Bayern.
Marcel Sabitzer, very happy with Man United experience — player would be happy to stay with ten Hag. 🔴🤝🏻 #MUFC
Loan deal doesn’t include buy option, it will be up to Bayern… and Tuchel now.
His Bayern chapter was already closed with Nagelsmann.
Decision time around May/June. pic.twitter.com/4tTAYSPmDc
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 26, 2023
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