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Report: Marcel Sabitzer Linked with Move to Tottenham

RB Leipzig captain Marcel Sabitzer may be on the move with English club Tottenham Hotspur appearing to be the destination. The report from Sport BILD states that current Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has been an admirer of the Austrian attacking midfielder and believes he can play a major role in the future of the Premier League club.

Sabitzer has been with Leipzig since 2014 after joining from Rapid Vienna. He played two seasons on loan with Red Bull Salzburg before becoming an essential part of the Bundesliga club's success. Since joining the club when they were in the second division, he has scored 46 goals in 207 appearances. He has also impressed enough to be given the captaincy of the club at the start of the current campaign.

"He has made a great development," said Sporting Director Markus Krosche. "It goes without saying that other clubs notice this. I don't like singling anyone out individually but Marcel Sabitzer has really developed well."

Sabitzer's contract will expire at the end of next season, making a summer move even more important for Leipzig to get the maximum transfer fee. What that could be may depend on the bidding war for the midfielder. While Tottenham appears to be the front runner, rumors of interest from Arsenal also linger. Either way, it appears that Sabitzer's time with Leipzig is quickly coming to an end.


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