Manchester united midfielder Scott Mctominay has been urged to leave Manchester United and join Aston Villa by his fellow teammate Join McGuin. The two play together in the midfield for the Scotland national team and they performance together has been fantastic. Join McGuin plays for Aston Villa who have been good this season despite the injuries that they have faced.
Speaking to TBI sport the midfielder said that he would love the midfielder to move to Villa as he is one of the best in the premier League. He acknowledged the fact that the midfielder is always humble and ready to learn new thing as he has learnt a lot from him during training. “I hope nobody at Villa will be offended by this. I’ll go with big McTominay.
He added that when the midfielder was given a call up to the national team he did not bother if he was in the first team or not he was only concerned with the team winning. “The nice thing about the big man is that not only is he a star for Manchester United, he’s a brilliant guy and extremely humble, and the nice thing is that even though Scotland have a history of playing players with an English accent”
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