The Austrian joined United in January from Bayern Munich on a loan deal for the remainder of the season.
Sabitzer was unhappy with his playing time in Bavaria but he’s found minutes in Manchester, with 12 appearances to his name so far.
Though the loan deal did not include an option to buy, the former RB Leipzig ace has revealed that he would like to stay at Old Trafford permanently.
United would ideally like to lower the average age of their midfield by signing someone like Jude Bellingham, given Fred, Casemiro and Christian Eriksen are all the wrong side of 30.
But Ten Hag has suggested they will try to sign Sabitzer on a permanent basis.
‘He’s [Sabitzer] doing fantastic,’ said Ten Hag.
‘He’s adjusted well to #mufc and the Premier League. He is a great person and suits the dressing room well.
‘He’s an intelligent player and we’re happy with his role at this moment.’
Sabitzer could be rested on Thursday for the Europa League clash against Sevilla.
Casemiro is available again after a four-match ban, while Christian Eriksen returned from injury against Everton on Saturday.
Marcus Rashford is out for a few weeks, having injured his groin against Everton.
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