Manchester United Open to Selling Scott McTominay for £40m Amidst West Ham Interest

Manchester United have seemingly indicated their willingness to sell midfielder Scott McTominay should they receive an offer worth at least PS40 million, amid West Ham’s interest in signing him as Declan Rice’s replacement.

Erik ten Hag, the coach of Manchester United, holds McTominay in high regard, and the club is willing to consider parting ways with the player only if their asking price is met.

Sources reveal that West Ham has already reached out to Manchester United to discuss the potential transfer of the Scottish international, following Rice’s move to Arsenal. While McTominay is open to staying with the Red Devils, he is also aware of the importance of regular game time to maintain his place in the Scotland national team.

Manchester United is actively looking to raise funds by offloading fringe players, and alongside McTominay, they are also open to offers for Harry Maguire, Fred, and Donny van de Beek.

As Ten Hag plans for the upcoming season, a top priority is securing a No. 9 forward. Among his preferred options is Atalanta’s talented striker, Rasmus Højland. However, Manchester United’s management remains firm on not exceeding a £60 million budget for this acquisition.

Additionally, they have also shown admiration for Eintracht Frankfurt’s French international, Randal Kolo Muani, indicating multiple options are being explored to strengthen their attacking prowess.

The football world is eagerly watching how these transfer developments unfold, with Scott McTominay’s future hanging in the balance. As professional journalists, we will keep a close eye on the latest updates and provide further insight into this potentially transformative transfer saga. Stay tuned.

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