A fresh insight into the future of Bayern Munich star Marcel Sabitzer has been forthcoming late on Thursday.
Midfielder Sabitzer, of course, sealed a move away from the Allianz Arena during the January transfer window.
On the back of an underwhelming opening half of the campaign in Bavaria, the 29-year-old was granted a loan departure, ultimately making his way to England with Manchester United for the remainder of the term.
And Sabitzer, across limited minutes thus far, has largely impressed.
In fact, after following up a wonderful maiden goal in United colours with a brace on the international stage in midweek, many of a Red Devils persuasion went as far as to call on the powers that be at the club to make the Austrian’s arrival a permanent one.
And, if the latest word stemming from the German media on Thursday is anything to go by, then any such move on the part of the powers that be at Old Trafford could well come to bear fruit.
As per a report from the reliable Kerry Hau of Sport1, Sabitzer is ‘very likely’ to depart Bayern on a full-time basis in the summer.
Not only that, but the talented midfielder is understood to be ‘comfortable’ in Manchester, having established a good working relationship with boss Erik ten Hag.