Scott Francis McTominay (born December 8, 1996) is a Scottish footballer who plays central midfield for Manchester United and the national team of Scotland.
McTominay is a Manchester United youth academy product who made his senior team debut in May 2017. He was born in England, but his Scottish father qualified him to play for Scotland. In March 2018, he earned his senior international debut, and he was a member of the team at UEFA Euro 2020. McTominay has been a part of the Manchester United academy since he was five years old, having attended the club’s development centre in Preston. He had previously played as a centre forward throughout his youth career.
McTominay was born in England, but his father is from Helensburgh, therefore he has Scottish ancestry. McTominay has participated in training camps with Scottish youth teams. McTominay informed Scottish Football Association performance director Malky Mackay in November 2017 that he wanted to focus on securing a spot in Manchester United’s first squad.
He was one of three Scotland players to withdraw from the national squad due to injury in November 2019. McTominay was employed as a centre-back in a three-man defence for the international games in September 2020. According to the New York Times, McTominay has the physical attributes required for the role, but had struggled to adjust to it.
Scott Mctominay Salary
|Scott McTominay||Annual Salary||£1,040,000|