Erik ten Hag Makes Scott McTominay Transfer Decision

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has made a decision on Scott McTominay’s Man United future, MySportDab reports.

Scott McTominay is among fringe Man United players that have dropped down the perking order at Manchester United after Erik ten Hag emerged as new manager.

In the summer, Scott McTominay was linked to a possible transfer exit from Old Trafford with Premier League rivals interested in signing the player as his bit-part role at the Theatre of Dreams continues.

Despite his travails at Manchester United, McTominay has been a sensation for Scotland national team in 2024 Euro Qualifiers.

Hence, the likes of Newcastle United and West Ham United were lining up offers for the player in am attempt to poach him from Old Trafford.

Manchester United were reportedly ready to part ways with the Scott as ten Hag continued in his squad reshuffle.

United valued the player at £50m but a his summer move from the club could not materialize due to some hiccups on the transfer process.

It was believed the 26-year-old will leave Manchester United in the upcoming January transfer window after a failed deal in the summer.

Now, DailyStar report that Erik ten Hag is not ready to sell Scott McTominay in January after his late sensation earned United a dramatic comeback win over Brentford at Old Trafford.

Scott McTominay came on as a late substitute in the match and completed a dramatic turnaround with a late brace for United to end what would have been a nightmare Premier League outcome for Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Erik ten Hag reportedly believes Scott McTominay could be a huge reprieve for a Manchester United squad that has been ravaged with injury and wants to keep the player.

Based on stats, Scott McTominay has scored or assist for club and country in his every 89 minutes.

He also has a good goal contribution for Manchester United with 9 goals and an assist.

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