RB LEIPZIG will have to pay £16.2million to sign Champions League hero Angelino on a permanent basis in the summer.
The on-loan Manchester City man sent United crashing out of the competition on Tuesday.
Spaniard Angelino, 23, netted the opener and created another as Leipzig condemned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men to the Europa League.
The Germans’ leading scorer said: “It feels so good, especially against them.
“Everything was very positive and even more so against Manchester United — it feels great for me.
“The style of the team here in Leipzig, the coach’s ideas — it’s perfect for me.”
Meanwhile Mikel Areta is keeping tabs on Eric Garcia’s situation at his former club.
Spain defender Garcia, 19, turned down a new City deal in the summer because he wants to return to Barcelona.
But Barca failed to raise the £13.5million needed to sign him in the last window and may struggle to do so again in January.
That could open the door to Real Madrid and Arsenal boss Arteta, who is a fan of Garcia’s from his time as City No 2.
But Arteta may have to wait until the summer when fellow centre-backs David Luiz, Sokratis and Shkodran Mustafi are out of contract.
And it is still unclear what the long-term plans are for out-of-favour William Saliba.
Many expected him to be challenging for a first-team spot this season, but he has so far failed to break in.