Manchester United stance on Wout Weghorst and Marcel Sabitzer futures

United signed Weghorst and Sabitzer on loan from Burnley and Bayern Munich in the January transfer window to offset the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and injury to Christian Eriksen.

United do not have an option or an obligation to sign either player but Weghorst, 30, has started in all 12 games he has been available for while Sabitzer, 28, has lined up in United&aposs last three Premier League games.

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“I think its much too quick, much too soon to talk about that,” Ten Hag said. “First, we are in this season. That is where the only focus has to be. No distractions for what is coming next season.

“No, we are in this season and we are in the right positon in this moment. This is the position we want to be because we are competing in three competitions.”

With United still in two cup competitions and third in the Premier League but eight points behind Arsenal, there has been tentative talk of a potential quadruple among some supporters.

Ten Hag downplayed that ahead of six games in 18 days across three competitions and was taken aback there had not been a question on United&aposs FA Cup opponents, West Ham United. “That is for fans, we have to focus on the next game and that is the only thing we are doing.

“Us, we are talking for ten minutes and I didnt hear the words West Ham United. I think it was the press conference for West Ham United so its only about this we have to talk about it. We dont have to talk about trophies. We have to talk about West Ham United, that is the game tomorrow