A Manchester United Marcel Sabitzer move is looking increasingly likely, with Patrick Berger reporting that the player missed training with Bayern Munich today. At the German champions, he earns an estimated £165k per week, making him a relatively high earner that would bring a lot of creativity that fans at Old Trafford will love to see.
Manchester United Marcel Sabtizer Move from Bayern Munich Likely as Player Misses Training
Why is Marcel Sabitzer Missing Training Important?
There are a couple of reasons that the player missing training could be important. The first of these is if the player is forcing a move. In the event that a player desperately wants to play elsewhere, they can effectively go on strike, pay whatever fines they owe the club and demonstrate that they want to be elsewhere.
Alternatively, some players miss training with their club’s permission. This is more likely to be the case for the Austrian midfielder, as he is currently out of the first-team picture. Bayern Munich has a lot of talent in the squad, which means that in spite of Sabitzer’s obvious skill he isn’t getting minutes.
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Why is a Manchester United Marcel Sabitzer Move Necessary?
A Manchester United Marcel Sabitzer move became necessary as a result of Christian Eriksen’s injury. The club reported that he will miss around four months. Despite a strong squad, he is a necessity for their attempt at Champions League qualification. By signing Marcel Sabitzer, the club adds much-needed quality to the middle of the pitch and becomes more competitive exactly when it needs to be. In a hotly contested market for central midfielders, securing Bundesliga-winning talent with relatively little opposition is a major coup for the leadership at Old Trafford.
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