Man United willing to listen to offers for Scott McTominay

Man United are open to a sale of Scott McTominay this coming summer.

Manchester United’s first-team squad is constantly chopping and changing at the moment, with Erik ten Hag building a dressing room that fits his image.

The overhaul was always going to take time, though credit where it’s due, United are already playing some lovely football.

With a club takeover still up in the air, there’s every chance that United will have to sell before they can buy this summer. One man whose head could be on the chopping block is Scott McTominay.

The Scotland international has been injured recently, though it has been a weird season for the midfielder, who has barely started games with regularity.

Now, Football Insider have the latest information on a potential sale of McTominay.

They state that United are ‘willing to listen to offers’ for the 26-year-old this summer.

United are confident that any sale of McTominay will fetch £25m, due to his experience in the Premier League.

Although a final decision hasn’t been made at this stage, it is likely that McTominay is on a list of players who will be allowed to leave if the right offer comes in.

McTominay’s current deal expires in 2025, though United do have the option to extend those terms by a further year if they so choose.

The midfielder has been at the club for fifteen years now, so seeing him depart would leave a bitter taste in the mouth of fans – though from a purely footballing perspective, it does make sense to let McTominay go.

He’s not starting games with regularity here following the arrival of both Christian Eriksen and Casemiro, while loanee Marcel Sabitzer has also overtaken McTominay in the pecking order.

Do you think a Man United sale of Scott McTominay makes sense? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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