Manchester United undecided on Marcel Sabitzer’s future ahead of loan expiry

Manchester United are reportedly still undecided on Marcel Sabitzer’s future ahead of his looming return to Bayern Munich.

According to Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth, the Red Devils are mulling over the prospect of signing Sabitzer permanently.

He arrived at Old Trafford back in January on a six-month loan deal and made 18 appearances across the second half of the campaign.

In that time, the Austria captain scored three goals and assisted one. He also lifted the Carabao Cup trophy with the team after starting in the final at Wembley.

Sabitzer’s season ended in May

Sabitzer’s season was cut short after he sustained a knee injury against West Ham United on May 7, making that 1-0 loss his final appearance as a Red.

That is, of course, unless the club do pursue a permanent transfer over the summer, in which case, he’ll be back in M16 ready for the 2023/2024 campaign.

It is believed that United have opted against making Wout Weghorst’s loan permanent, which is certainly a wise decision, as the forward scored just two goals in five months – none of which came in the Premier League.

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