Manchester United legend Garry Neville is not optimistic about Scott McTominay's future at this club. The former right-back of Manchester United and the England national team is disappointed with the performances of Casemiro.
Namely, Neville believes that United must find a replacement for Casemiro, given that the Brazilian did not show much in the last two matches. Looking at the Dutchman's decisions, it seems that Scott McTominay's days at Manchester United are at an end.
‘Casemiro looks lost in midfield in these first two matches,’ Neville said, as quoted by METRO. ‘What’s clear is that Manchester United’s midfield needs bolstering. The Englishman believes that next to Casemiro there must be an equally good player who can help him in performing defensive tasks.
Recently, Amrabat has been mentioned a lot, but also a few others. However, it is quiet for now. ‘Ten Hag wants a number six who can play alongside Casemiro and at the moment the club can’t get players out to be able to fund that.
If they look at the first two weeks, they have to fund it or there will be big problems. What’s clear is that Ten Hag doesn’t want to revert back to Scott McTominay.'
Bruno Fernandes is also not a player who is known as someone who is good at defensive tasks.
This could best be seen in the first two games of the Premiership. We will see if Erik ten Haag will remain consistent with his decisions or if he will make changes in the next match. 'With Bruno on the right, the midfield looks all over the place and the front three doesn’t look capable of functioning as one.
Does he go back to McTominay? Ten Hag has made five substitutions and not used him. It’s almost as if he is managing him out of the club.'
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