Even after his departure from Tottenham Hotspur and his confirmed move to Rome, Jose Mourinho’s interest in Leipzig captain Marcel Sabitzer did not diminish. Such as Gazzetta dello Sport Reports, the Portuguese starting coach is planning to bring ÖFB to Italy.
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It didn’t take long for Jose Mourinho to find a new club after leaving Tottenham Hotspur. It was a surprise to some that it was over with Rome. With the start of the Portuguese coach, the Italian capital club plans to return to the national summit, this season, they occupy only seventh place in the table and are already nine points behind city rivals Lazio Roma. In order to get Roma back on the path to success, Mourinho appears to be planning to recruit some star players.
Two former United players plus Sabitzer
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, on the one hand, it should be about his former Manchester United coach, Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata, on the other hand, it seems that the Portuguese coach is still keen to work with Austrian club captain Marcel Sabitzer. He wants to build the team around the current captain of RB Leipzig and make him a pillar of his team.
Marcel Sabitzer is currently in his fifth regular season at Leipzig, and as captain with ten points in 24 league matches, he is again one of the best performers in Julian Nagelsmann’s side. Since his coach, under whose leadership he played his best season in the German Senate with 17 goalscorers in 32 Bundesliga appearances last year, but left the club at the end of the season, the former speedy player could also be withdrawn from East Germany.
In any case, his contract expires in the summer of 2022, so far it has not been possible to agree on an extension, so if Leipzig still wants high fees for its leader, one will have to seek to sell in the next move. Window. But whether the 48-time Austrian player, despite having the opportunity to work with a coach like Jose Mourinho, would accept not playing in the Champions League next year is questionable.