Bundesliga enforcer opens door to Manchester United move as he wants Bundesliga exit
RB Leipzig star Marcel Sabitzer reportedly wants to leave the Bundesliga outfit, with Manchester United linked.
The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Bundesliga club this summer, with numerous clubs from the Premier League linked.
The midfield enforcer has been one of the top performers in Europe across the last couple of years and an impressive European Championship could attract even more interest, and there is claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would like to add him to the squad
And amid the speculation, Sabitzer wants to leave the Bundesliga club and could be available for €17.5 million (£15m/$21m), according to The Athletic.
However, amid all the speculation, his mind is focused on international matters ahead of a Group C campaign featuring games against North Macedonia, Holland and Ukraine. Asked whether he would like to play in England, Sabitzer said: “I can’t really say, I am focusing on the task that I have here with the national team.
“Everything that has to do with the club and future has zero importance for me at the moment if I want to be successful with this team at the European Championship.
“I am not going to give any updates before the end of the Euros.”
Sabitzer is certainly a player that could make a real impact on this United side if they did decide to try and get a deal done. But he may feel a move to Ole Trafford would not give him the game time that he would want.