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Marcel Sabitzer Transfer News & Odds

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Arsenal Odds: 4/1

Since making the move to Bayern Munich from RB Leipzig last summer, Sabitzer has struggled to establish himself in the starting line-up. In 27 appearances he has only started eight times and scored just the one goal, a shadow of his former role as one of the main men at RB Leipzig.

Arsenal will no doubt be prioritising a striker and holding central midfielder as opposed to Sabitzer’s more preferred attacking role. However, given the inflation of the market and the opportunity to sign a player of his quality who they have been linked with long before his move to Munich, it may be a deal too good to turn down.

His style of play fits what Arteta would be looking for and although he may struggle to find a place in the squad initially, given the form of Emile Smith Rowe and Martin Odegaard this season, he would no doubt play a much more prominent role in the Gunners squad than he currently is with Bayern Munich.

Arsenal are priced at 4/1 to sign Sabitzer from Bayern Munich this summer - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Atletico Madrid Odds: 4/1

Potentially a more exciting prospect for Sabitzer, if Arsenal fails to qualify for the Champions League, would be Atletico Madrid. Whilst the Colchoneros are not famed for their exciting, attacking football, Sabitzer has the potential to thrive in that free role in the centre of the park – if he’s willing to track back of course.

With the future of forwards Joao Felix and Yannick Carrasco unclear as well as the form of Antoine Griezmann and Rodrigo De Paul being questioned there is certainly potential for Sabitzer to play a big role for Atletico next season if they decide to pursue the attacking midfielder.

Sabitzer is priced at 4/1 to move to Atletico Madrid.

Newcastle United Odds: 9/1

Since the sale of the club by Mike Ashley and the subsequent manager change from Steve Bruce to Eddie Howe, Newcastle United have burst into life as a football club once again.

They will have a lot of money to spend and a lot of positions to fill. With that in mind, the opportunity to sign an established international player for a relatively cheap sum may be too good to turn down.

Considering the form of the club since the turn of the year, combined with the vision of the new owners and Howe, there are few better opportunities for players seeking new clubs this summer. To be the attacking midfielder in the St James’s Park project could do wonders for Sabitzer’s career which has somewhat stagnated since joining the Bavarian giants.

With Newcastle likely prioritising bolstering elsewhere on the pitch, the opportunity to sign Sabitzer for a cheap fee is certainly something the owners will look into if it helps them capture other, more expensive targets, and stay within the means of financial fair play.

Newcastle are priced at 9/1 to acquire Sabitzer from Bayern.

Manchester United Odds: 10/1

With the recent confirmation of Erik ten Hag as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s long term replacement at the helm of Manchester United, the club will be looking to bolster their squad from top to bottom, and much like Newcastle and Arsenal, will likely not turn down the option to sign an established international with plenty of experience, on a cheap and subsequently prioritise elsewhere.

With the prospect of a number of first-team players leaving this summer, Manchester United will not only need to bolster their starting XI but also their depth. Sabitzer would provide the Red Devils with competition for Bruno Fernandes as well as an option on the wing where he has been successful for both Leipzig and Austria.

If ten Hag is keen for the signing it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Austrian swapping the red and white of Bayern Munich for the historic red of Manchester United next season, given that they are set to be trimming their wage bill he would likely be offered an attractive wage, as well as the prospect of playing the Tadic type role in Ten Hag’s system, something very few, would turn down if given the opportunity.

United are priced at 10/1 to sign Sabitzer in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Chelsea Odds: 12/1

Although it is difficult to judge the situation Chelsea will find themselves in regarding the transfer window this summer, the chance to sign a goalscoring and creative number 10 will certainly be one many fans wouldn’t turn down.

The form of Timo Werner and, despite a purple patch last month, Kai Havertz, has been largely underwhelming for the Blues. Although this may put them off from shopping in the German first division again, the fact that Sabitzer will be going for so cheap will no doubt tempt them.

Mason Mount currently plays most games in the number 10 role for Chelsea, however, most would argue his best position is slightly deeper, like with England on the international stage, or alongside another attacking midfielder. Someone with the traits of Sabitzer would perfectly fit that role and the two could form a potentially lethal partnership if Chelsea are to pursue the Austrian this summer. Someone Thomas Tuchel will certainly be keeping an eye on alongside the developments in the sale of Chelsea Football Club.

Chelsea are priced at 12/1 to sign Sabitzer from Bayern.