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Will Manchester United Sacred Goal Youth leave the team?
The British media ‘크크크벳Football Insider’ reported on the 27th (Korean time), “Newcastle is promoting the recruitment of Scott McTominay (26, Man United).” Reportedly, McTominay is dissatisfied with the playing time and wants to leave.
McTominay is Manchester United’s ‘sacred bone youth’. He played for the youth team from 2002 to 2017. Afterwards, he was called up to the first team and played an active role. His fighting spirit based on his solid physical condition is impressive. He has a lot of activity and actively participates in midfield fights. His loyalty to his team is also great. He played in 205 matches in all competitions over 7 seasons.
On the other hand, the downside is that the game is clunky. Occasionally, he often collects cards with risky play. While growth did not grow as expected, outstanding midfielders such as Casemiro and Christian Eriksen joined. In the end, he only played 21 league games (11 replacements) this season and was pushed out of the starting lineup.
McTominay’s contract with Manchester United expires in the summer of 2025. However, he is trying to leave the team this summer because he is not guaranteed a chance to play. It seems that Man United also does not want to continue the company. According to many local media outlets, including the British media’The Sun’, Manchester United has already put McTominay on the list of release targets.
The team keeping an eye on the situation is Newcastle. Newcastle, which is close to the European Football Federation Champions League (UCL) ticket in third place in the league, is preparing for a large-scale reinforcement of players.
Funds are sufficient. According to the British media ‘Mirror’, Newcastle prepared 150 million pounds (approximately 248.8 billion won) for player recruitment this summer.
Meanwhile, football statistics media ‘Transfer Markt’ set McTominay’s ransom at 25 million euros (approximately 37 billion won).