Man United, Liverpool and Tottenham ‘to go head-to-head for RB Leipzig’s Marcel Sabitzer’ this summer… with Bundesliga club ‘holding out for £36m’ for star midfielder
- RB Leipzig midfielder Marcel Sabitzer is attracting lots of interest this summer
- Sabitzer’s deal expires in 2022 and Leipzig don’t want to lose him for nothing
- Reports in Germany say Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham are keen
Marcel Sabitzer is ready to cause a Premier League scramble this summer with Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham all reportedly in position to make a move for him.
The RB Leipzig star has established himself as one of Europe’s accomplished central midfielders in recent seasons.
With his contract expiring in June 2022 and RB Leipzig reluctant to lose him for nothing, German outlet Bild report that the Premier League trio are jostling for his signature.
The 27-year-old has continued his development and has played well this season with seven goals and six assists in 31 games.
He has developed immensely under boss Julian Nagelsmann and has found himself of the radar of English clubs for some time.
Tottenham have been reported as long-term admirers and Bild report north London ‘is the most likely’ destination, should Sabitzer press for a move to England.
Speaking to Bild earlier this month on his future, the RB Leipzig captain was unmoved on Premier League links.
‘It has become popular to ask players about their future as soon as they enter the final 18 months of their contract,’ he said.
‘But that doesn’t mean that everything has to be decided at that moment.
‘Those in my inner circle know what I’m thinking. But I’m not stressed about it. I feel good in Leipzig and at the club, plus we’re successful.’
More to follow.