Bundesliga captain ready to quit club with Arsenal linked

Marcel Sabitzer has supposedly made his intentions clear that he would like to leave RB Leipzig, with Arsenal amongst the names linked with his signature.

The Austrian international will have just one year remaining on his current deal this summer, and has supposedly told his club that he wishes to leave for pastures new come the summer.

The 27 year-old joined Leipzig back in 2014 from Rapid Wien, and has become a key player in his seven seasons with the club.

Bild states that he has made his intentions clear to leave with Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool all keen, but Arsenal have also been linked in recent months.

Spanish outlet Fichajes named Arsenal as an interested party two months ago, whilst adding that no move was expected to come until the summer, and that seems to be backed up by the latest news coming out of Germany.

The Gunners are still lacking in the middle of the park despite the arrival of Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid in October, and with Dani Ceballos only at the club on loan until the end of the season, you would expect them to be on the lookout for options this summer.

Would Sabitzer be an ideal partner for Partey in midfield? Could he bring some leadership qualities which our side appears to be lacking at times?

Patrick

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4 Comments

  1. Son says:

    This is the kind of players Arsenal should be linked with and even trying to sign

    He would make a difference in the Arsenal midfield and partner partey well
    And would bring some leadership strength to this team

  2. RFrancis says:

    Now this is the Aaron Ramsey replacement we have been searching for – for years.

  3. The Real Vieira Lynn says:

    Maybe Naglesmann can bring him with him…how about a package deal, we give them Arteta/Xhaka and in return we get Nagelsmann/Sabitzer…now that’s some new world order sh**

  4. Clan says:

    We need to get a right-back, so we can have control on the 2 sides of the feel. I think we would move the ball better.

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