McTominay will remain at Manchester United in January, as the club’s manager, Erik ten Hag values his contribution this season.
The Scottish has only started two matches out of eleven Manchester United games this season due to competition from Mason Mount and Sofyan Amrabat, which drew interest from West Ham and Newcastle.
However, United declined West Ham’s $30 million offer for the 26-year-old, indicating a potential future transfer.
Erik ten Hag reveals that he values McTominay’s dedication to training and decided to put him on the team.
McTominay’s recent impact as a substitute against Brentford was substantial, as he scored two goals.
He has scored over 20 goals in his career for United and Scotland combined.
McTominay’s contract with United runs through 2025, with a one-year extension option.
Due to injuries and squad limitations, he will presumably remain at United for the rest of the season.
McTominay’s departure from Ten Hag is improbable due to the crucial players’ injuries and the absence of new signings.