Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay has signed a long-term contract with the club until 2025. The 23-year-old is a product of Manchester United’s academy and thus has been at Old Trafford since the year 2012.
Manchester United made an official announcement of Scott’s contract extension on their online platforms.
“We are delighted to announce that Scott McTominay has signed a new contract. In addition, this will keep him at the club until 2025 with the option of extending it for a further year. Back in the day, Scott made his senior debut to first-team football in 2017 against Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal. In addition, McTominay has since then made 75 first-team appearances, scoring 6 goals. Scott is a Scottish international and plays in the midfield.
“I understand we at the moment have a lot of things to think about, however, I am so delighted to extend my contract.
In addition, and play a part in the future ahead for Manchester United,” Scott McTominay said.
“In my heart, I have only known one club and that is Manchester United. Therefore I hope our fans see the passion I have for the budge every time I get on the pitch. I will however never ever let my team down and I will continue to give in everything for this great club,” McTominay added.
Manchester United Ole Gunner Solskjaer pored out praise for the young talented midfielder as he signed his new deal.
“Scott has for long performed really well ever since committing to this club. He has also been a vital part of great midfield as you have watched every time he has stepped up for us. Scott McTominay, therefore, brings in determination, tenacity, and skill to the game and we know we now have a major asset at the club,” Solskjaer said.
The man United manager is rebuilding the squad to bring back the old glory days at Old Trafford. He has gone on to sign a couple of young and well-talented players, for example, Daniel James, Wan Bissaka, Bruno Fernandes. In addition, Harry Maguire and also has gone on to improve and bring together the dressing room.
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