Scott McTominay has joined Manchester United’s squad for Saturday’s match against Watford in the Premier League.
McTominay was forced to withdraw from Scotland’s squad during the international break due to illness.
“Hard one to take not being available to help the boys last week through not being healthy, but I have recovered well and just want to wish the team good luck tonight,” McTominay wrote on social media earlier this week.
However, the 24-year-old has been included in United’s match day for the Reds’ visit to Vicarage Road, and this means that he will be in the fight to be named in Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s start-XI, as the Norwegian tries to stop the rot. in the club.
Alex Telles, Fred and Diogo Dalot were all pictured at Manchester Airport ahead of this weekend’s match.
David de Gea was also seen arriving. The Spaniard seems to be a definite starter against Watford, and he has made fun of Solskjær’s goalkeeper dilemma – the United boss could not choose between De Gea and Dean Henderson – with his performances this season.
BUT revealed this week that United will make a decision on Dean Henderson’s future later this month.