According to 90min, Manchester United has informed interested parties that midfielder Scott McTominay is not up for transfer in January.
Since making his debut for United under Jose Mourinho, McTominay has been a consistent starter for the team. However, with the additions of Christian Eriksen and Casemiro this season, he has largely lost his starting position.
The introduction of both players, who were signed with manager Erik ten Hag’s approval, has resulted in a major improvement in performance under the Dutch coach. Several Premier League competitors have expressed interest in McTominay as a result of his decreased role, but it is known that Ten Hag regards McTominay as having a significant future role for United.
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The Scotland international graduated from the United academy and is believed to be content where he is at Old Trafford right now, not fighting for a transfer despite interest in him.
Despite inquiries from teams like Everton, Southampton, Leeds, West Ham, and Leicester about the player’s status, 90min claims that no formal offers have been made. Each party was interested in learning the midfielder’s availability, but United swiftly ruled out the possibility of Scott McTominay moving on either a temporary or permanent basis.