- Player has attracted interest from Leeds, as well as whole host of other Championship sides
- Boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly a big fan of player’s skillset
- Midfielder has made five first team appearances for Red Devils so far this season
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Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay is reportedly being eyed up by Leeds, as well as a whole host of other Championship sides.
This is according to the Sun, who state that the Scottish ace is being eyed by the former Champions League semi-finalists, as well as fellow second tier sides Preston and Bolton.
Since making his debut for Jose Mourinho’s side last season, McTominay is yet to force himself into United’s starling line up.
So far this season, the Red Devils starlet has made five appearances, with three of those coming in the Champions League, with the other two coming in the League cup.
At youth level, the midfielder impressed with his performances, with McTominay managing to clock up a total of three goals in 28 appearances in the Premier League 2.
McTominay’s versatility is one of the player’s biggest positives, as the player has shown to be able to play anywhere through the middle of the park.
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Should McTominay end up going on loan to the Championship, it’ll be interesting to see how the player’s develops during his time in the second tier.