Agreement between RB Leipzig and FC Bayern for Sabitzer change!

After weeks of tugging, it is apparently clear: RB Leipzig’s Marcel Sabitzer (27) is also drawn to FC Bayern Munich.

Marcel Sabitzer (27) will apparently leave RB Leipzig for Bayern Munich. © Picture Point / Gabor War

As the IMAGE reports on Sunday morning that the record champions have reached an agreement with the runner-up. Even after Table football information the transfer is imminent.

Accordingly, there had been contact between the clubs in the past 48 hours, which had agreed on a transfer fee of allegedly less than 16 million euros.

Sabitzer had already reached an agreement with the Munich-based company.

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The Austrian national player and RB captain should no longer be in the squad for Leipzig’s Bundesliga game at VfL Wolfsburg (5.30 p.m. / DAZN).

After coach Julian Nagelsmann (34) and defender Dayot Upamecano (22), Sabitzer would be the third Red Bull to be drawn to FCB this summer.

As a possible (medium-term) replacement, Ilaix Moriba (18) from FC Barcelona is about to move to Saxony. The midfielder is said to be loud for Tottenham Hotspurs Sky have given a rejection and announced the wish to move to Leipzig.

The transfer could also take place in the next few days, around 20 million euros are under discussion. But it should be so far in 2022 at the latest, then Moriba would even be available for free.

According to Sky the change is meanwhile in dry cloths. Today, Monday, the medical check-up should be completed and the contract signed.

Sabitzer will have a four-year contract and will cost around 15 million euros. The Austrian could have made a transfer for free next year.

Now the two clubs have also confirmed the change. All information in Extra-Article.

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