Marcel Sabitzer’s Brilliant Free-Kick: A Sign for Manchester United Fans?
Marcel Sabitzer, the Bayern Munich Midfielder on loan at Old Trafford, made a massive impact on his recent Euro 2024 qualifier. The Austrian scored two goals, the second of which was an impeccable free-kick that got tongues wagging about his future with Manchester United. United fans have taken to social media, urging the club to sign the 29-year-old on a permanent basis before his current deal expires at the end of the season. Sabitzer’s seven-year stint at RB Leipzig saw him coached by Julian Nagelsmann before his recent appointment and subsequent sacking from Bayern Munich.
Sabitzer’s loan spell at Old Trafford has seen him make nine appearances for the team, scoring once in the FA Cup against Fulham. Still, the midfielder has only made three Premierships starts, which has not stopped Austria Manager Ralf Rangnick, who coached United last year, from selecting him for their critical game against Azerbaijan. Sabitzer scored the opener after 27 minutes and set up Micheal Gregoritsch to double the lead two minutes later.
With Nagelsmann’s recent sacking and Thomas Tuchel’s appointment as Bayern Munich Manager in under 24 hours, the certainty of Sabitzer’s Manchester United’s future still hangs in the balance. However, united fans remain hopeful that the midfielder will stay on a permanent basis to help the team achieve more significant success in the future.
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