New information from Man Utd on Scott McTominay’s injury
Man Utd has confirmed that McTominay is going indefinitely after the midfielder was the Scottish team’s surprise slip for the September international break.
Man Utd hopes McTominay will be back soon
The Red Devils star, who made an impression in her season against Leeds United, was capped off the bench against Southampton in the second game of the campaign. Now the Utd revealed that Scott McTominay had surgery for a groin problem that had plagued him throughout the preseason, leaving him on the sidelines for the near future.
The Red Devils in a club statement confirmed that Scott McTominay had surgery for an ongoing groin injury that caused significant pain while playing. After trying all other treatment options in the pre-season, surgery was deemed necessary to fix the problem. They hope Scott will be back soon.
What Scott McTominay might be missing?
The lack of their midfield workhorse is a blow for the Utd, who are looking for a jam-packed start to fall, with league, cup and European clashes all on the agenda. They will find out who they will face in the Champions League group stages this week, while against West Ham they drew in the third round of the Carabao Cup. Premier League clashes with Newcastle, Hammers once again and Aston Villa also await this weekend’s wolves game.
A little about the topic
In Scott’s absence, coach Steve Clarke called in midfielder Aberdeen Ferguson, who earned his first call to the top international organization after his impressive form. St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark, a key contributor to the Perth Cup’s double success, is also a girly inclusion in the lineup, while a loose Motherwell shot stopper Liam Kelly also makes the cut. McLean is also returning after missing Euro 2020 due to injury, while Liverpool Robertson and Arsenal Tierney lead the Premier League contingent.