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After Casemiro’s signing, this player could be on his way out

Several Premier League clubs have shown interest in Scott McTominay

By Harry Smith

Several Premier League clubs have shown interest in Scott McTominay
Several Premier League clubs have shown interest in Scott McTominay
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Manchester United announced yesterday that they have reached an agreement with Real Madrid for the signing of Carlos Henrique Casemiro. Although the player still has to fly to England so he can sign his contract and do the medical tests, he can already be considered a Manchester United player since he has said goodbye to everyone at Madrid.

As a consequence of Casemiro’s arrival at Old Trafford, the Red Devils’ midfield will be upgraded in the short term as the 30-year-old man is arguably the best defensive midfielder in the world. This means that the Scott McTominay and Fred partnership in the middle of the field is finally over after several years.

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After the Brazilian deal was announced on social media by the club, Graeme Bailey from 90min Football, reported that multiple Premier League clubs have shown interest in signing McTominay as he could be on his way out since he will no longer play that regularly as he has been doing in the past three years.

Bailey claims that English teams like Newcastle United, Everton, Southampton, and Leicester City have been really keen on signing him. But, there are also other clubs abroad from Italy and Germany. However, 90min Football says that if any departure for the 25-year-old midfielder were to happen this summer, it would be most likely on loan because they still count on him.

The end of McFred

Scott McTominay made his Manchester United senior debut back in 2017. He quickly became a regular starter under Ole Gunnar Solskjær who liked to play him alongside Fred as the two holding midfielders. Unfortunately, fans started to hate the partnership because they believed it wasn’t good enough for a team like Manchester United. Today, after all those years, Casemiro has put an end to this.

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