The Sun reports that Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is hesitant to allow our star midfielder, Scott Mctominay, to leave during the next transfer window.
According to a Sun quotation,
For Ten Hag’s team, McTominay’s tenacity, dedication, drive, and poise under pressure are essential. Even when there were rumors about his future and he was benched during the team’s difficult times, the 26-year-old never complained.
He has proven throughout time that he is capable of spearheading an offensive for both his team and the country. It’s encouraging that United’s victory over Luton Town has helped them climb the standings to sixth place in the rankings.
Across all competitions, the Scotland international has made 12 appearances for the Red Devils and netted three goals. Before the October international break, the 26-year-old made a heroic cameo against Brentford, scoring two goals in extra time.
In order to raise funds for more hiring, Erik ten Hag tried to sell McTominay for a reasonable price. However, considering the Scotsman’s ongoing success, the United manager might be reevaluating his choice.
With the recent momentum we have gathered, it will be interesting to see how United performs in the next games. Furthermore, it appears that United’s defense is improving as the team’s two most closely watched players, Harry Maguire and Andre Onana, are both doing well in each of the team’s last several games.
We hope McTominay continues to play with a high level of intensity so that United can have more creative midfield play. However, we can’t always rely on him to deliver in the closing moments of games. We think that winning more games and providing him with more game time, like he is now receiving, is the only way we can keep him from leaving.