Man United plays Watford on Saturday afternoon and the MEN can affirm that Scott McTominay has made the matchday squad.
Scott McTominay has made Manchester United’s squad for Saturday’s game against Watford throughout the Premier League.
McTominay was compelled to withdraw from Scotland’s squad in the course of the international break as a consequence of illness.
“Powerful one to take not being accessible to help the boys this previous week by not being correctly nonetheless I’ve recovered successfully and easily want to need the squad the perfect of luck for tonight,” McTominay wrote on social media earlier this week.
The 24-year-old has been included in United’s matchday squad for the Reds’ go to to Vicarage Freeway, though, and which implies he’ll be in competitors to be named in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s starting XI as a result of the Norwegian makes an try and stop the rot on the club.
Alex Telles, Fred, and Diogo Dalot have been all pictured at Manchester airport ahead to this weekend’s game.
David de Gea was moreover seen arriving. The Spaniard appears a sure starter against Watford and he’s made a mockery of Solskjaer’s goalkeeping dilemma – the United boss couldn’t select between De Gea and Dean Henderson – with his shows this season.
The MEN revealed this week that United will decide on Dean Henderson’s future later this month.