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Despite Manchester United's great season, the first star who could be leaving

By Mauricio Saenz

Although Manchester United secured Champions League qualification, the club's first player to leave the club in the summer

Although Manchester United secured Champions League qualification, the club's first player to leave the club in the summer

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Manchester United closed its last season on a very positive note. The Red Devil team has established itself in a very important way towards the end of this campaign where it ended up securing its place in the next UEFA Champions League and is also in the final of the FA Cup, which will be decided on June 3.

 

Erik Ten Hag has managed to compact his team in a positive way and much of this is due to the powerful performance of the squad and many of its elements, as well as the great ability of the Dutch coach.  However, one of his big names could end up leaving the team unexpectedly.

The player in question is Scottish midfielder Scott McTominay. The player has been involved in a link with a major club in England and could end up moving in the summer under a fair offer and with Manchester United will have to go out quickly in search of his replacement for the next market.

The player signed his extension contract not long ago, valid until the summer of 2025 with the Old Trafford team, so an exit would mean a big investment on the part of the team interested in the services of the midfielder. However, for the interested team, money would not be a problem.

 

Which team is looking for McTominay in the summer?

It is precisely Newcastle United, according to reports from FootballTransfers. The player has become an element that has been relegated to the background by the level of Casemiro and Eriksen, but he is still important for Ten Hag, so they will listen to offers that exceed 30 million euros, price appraised by Transfermarkt. However, money should not be an impediment for one of the new richest clubs in Europe as the Magpies.


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