Scott McTominay: The new “€1m midfield maestro” to replace Scott Brown

Despite having never been capped by Scotland, the Lancaster born Scott McTominay’s desire to play for the Scotland national team will be a good new to the ears of the Tartan Army.

This season, McTominay has begun to break the through the ranks at Manchester United and is clearly one for the future having been given to nod to start ahead of the likes Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Michael Carrick earning six Premier League appearances, four Champions League appearances, three appearances in the EFL and with two appearances in the FA Cup under Jose Mourinho.

Standing at 6ft 4in, the youngster is a massive presence in central-midfield. His physical presence around the park is something Scotland has been missing in recent years and, with Scott Brown second retirement announcement on Monday, McTominay will likely have a huge role to play for the Scots in the coming years.

Training alongside the and learning from the likes of Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic at the Old Trafford will only help his game, and he will surely have his heart set on emulating a certain figure like Fletcher, who captained both club and country on plenty of occasions.

McTominay, rated at €1 million via Transfermkt has proved himself to be the new man to replace Scott Brown on several having showed impressive performers against top side in the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and EFL with the most of his recent impressive performance which was against Chelsea at the Old Trafford. Here’s a selection of his performers has provided by on Youtube.

Scott McTominay vs Chelsea (Home) 25/02/2018 HD

The Scottish sensation overall performance as collated by miroP10. 

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