RB Leipzig midfielder Marcel Sabitzer has suggested that he would be very open to joining either Liverpool or Manchester United in the summer.
The 27-year-old has been linked with both clubs in recent days and when asked by a reporter whether he could see himself playing for either team in the future, he replied:
“I can imagine it a lot.”
Sabitzer will have one year left on his contract at the end of the season and the Austrian international is not expected to sign an extension.
However, until recently, reports in Germany suggested that Leipzig were prepared to let the player run down his current deal and leave on a free transfer, but that stance seems to have changed.
It appears they will now look to offload Sabitzer, although his asking price is rather steep, considering his contract situation. It is believed the Bundesliga club are demanding €40m (£34m); a massive sum which could put off the likes of Liverpool making a bid.