Does Marcel Sabitzer have a future at Manchester United?
Sunday was the Austrian’s ninth United appearance in all competitions.
Marcel Sabitzer joined Manchester United on loan from Bayern Munich as the club looked to cover for the injured Christian Eriksen.
Sunday was the Austrian’s ninth United appearance in all competitions and when asked about his future beyond the current campaign, Sabitzer said: “I had to make a quick decision (to join) in January. I was focused on this, it was clear it is just a loan until the summer.
Sabitzer ‘happy’ at United
“I take every game as it comes, I am very happy to be here. I will give 100%. Whatever happens in the summer, we will see.
“I can play all over midfield, I think. I like to do the dirty work. I like to run, to go forward, box-to-box movements. A lot of transitions and high-intensity games are what I am having here.
“I am very happy to be part of this team, this amazing club, and I feel very welcomed. I am very happy at the moment.”
Three Fulham red cards at Old Trafford
Fulham led at Old Trafford in the FA Cup on Sunday until a moment of madness saw manager Marco Silva, Willian and goalscorer Aleksandr Mitrovic all sent off.
Sabitzer gave United the lead when he flicked home a Luke Shaw cross from close range to score his first goal for the club after Bruno Fernandes equalised from the penalty spot. Fernandes put the game to bed in stoppage time against Fulham’s nine men as United sealed a 3-1 win. Erik ten Hag’s side will face Brighton in the FA Cup semi-final in April.
Sabitzer has a Carabao Cup medal in the bag but it remains to be seen if he will stay at United beyond the summer.
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