Manchester United cancells Scott McTominay’s departure from the club on loan

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The English giants Manchester United doesn’t want to send Scott McTominay on loan. Manchester United is a football club from Greater Manchester. They are one of the richest football clubs, with a wide fan following all around the world. Moreover, they are one of the most successful clubs in the English Premier League. Eventually, the club finished 6th in the Premier League table last season. By the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, the Glory days of Manchester United also went away. The Red Devils finished at 6th position last season, unable to qualify for the Champions League. With the new manager Erik ten Hag for the Manchester United squad, things can change. But eventually, the Red Devils didn’t get the start that they were looking for this season. Only winning two of the opening four matches of this season.

Erik ten Hag‘s side are still in the transfer window in search of new potential options. Manchester United’s recent signing was on Brazilian defensive midfielder from Spanish giants. Casemiro’s arrival at the Theater of Dream has made the situation difficult for Scott McTominay. The arrival of 30-year-old experienced, 5 time UEFA champions league title holder has brought tough competition in midfield.

Will Manchester United’s faith in Scott McTominay is worth it?

25-year-old Scottish international is a midfielder for Premier League giants Manchester United. McTominay is a product of Manchester United Youth Academy. Soon he made his debut on the senior side on May 2017. In 2017, a young Scottish midfielder made 124 appearances scoring 11 goals for the Red Devils. However, new midfield signings like Christian Eriksen and Casemiro will give a tough challenge for the Scottish to take his place.

Meanwhile, Manchester United has top-class midfielders like Eriksen, Casemiro, Bruno Fernandes, Fred, James Gerner, etc. Will the Scottish international Scott McTominay can make his place in the starting XI in coming Manchester United games?

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