Manchester United has announced that Scott McTominay has signed a new five-year contract with them.
McTominay, in turn, has vowed since agreeing on a new contract that he will “continue to give everything” for Manchester United.
McTominay has made 28 appearances this season for the Premier League club, despite missing nearly three months with knee issues.
In fact, he started last week’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham, which was the first game United had played since the coronavirus pandemic forced the Premier League season to be suspended in March.
The new contract for the midfielder includes the right to extend it to June 2026 by another year.
“Whilst I understand that we all have so many other things to think about at the moment, I’m so happy to sign this contract and play a part in the future ahead for this team,” he said via United’s.
“I want to thank the manager for the faith he has shown in me and everyone at the club that has helped me to get where I am today. I’m looking forward to finishing this season on a high and hopefully achieving our aims.”
The 23-year-old, who has progressed through the academy since joining United in 2012, has since made his debut under Jose Mourinho in 2017 become a pillar of the first team:
“All I have ever known is United and I hope that my passion for the club shows every time I go onto the pitch. I’ll continue to give everything for this club whenever I pull on the shirt.”
In all, Scotland International made 75 appearances for United, scoring six times, his latest 2-0 win over Manchester City in March’s derby at Old Trafford.