Marcel Sabitzer, a midfielder for Bayern Munich, has been linked with a transfer away from the club for nearly a year now, and it appears that the moment has arrived.

Sabitzer may sign with rival Borussia Dortmund this summer, claims sky sportswriter Florian Plettenberg. Sabitzer appears to have found a new home in the Bundesliga after spending the second half of the season on loan with Manchester United.

It was claimed that a comprehensive deal had been reached between the German teams, with a transfer price of roughly 19 million euros plus add-ons.

Sabitzer is anticipated to agree to a long-term deal, maybe a four-year deal that will keep him at Dortmund through 2027.

Following the end of his loan with Manchester United, Sabitzer was anticipated to be signed on a permanent basis. In fact, after Eriksen's injury, United were relieved to have Sabitzer in their ranks to give them some experience and free-flowing skill in the midfield. 

Sabitzer, who glided between the positions of No. 8 and No. 10 for the club, also performed the role and dominated the midfield.

Sabitzer, on the other hand, had a meniscus injury that caused him to prematurely end his season after making 18 appearances, participating in three goals and one assist. Additionally, United lost interest in keeping the German at Old Trafford after obtaining Mason Mount from Chelsea.

Marcel Sabitzer can fill the position left by the departure of Jude Bellingham 

Sabitzer has already begun preseason with Bayern; however, with the Munich club intending to rebuild the midfield, the club decided to let him go this summer. Meanwhile, Dortmund was more than eager to fulfill Bayern's asking price of roughly $20 million.

Borussia Dortmund will be looking to fill the position left by the departure of Jude Bellingham to Real Madrid. Additionally, if manager Edin Terzic can restore Sabitzer to his pre-Leipzig form, the Austrian may substantially cover the gap left by Bellingham.