Scott McTominay ONLY for Wolves clash as Manchester United midfielder reverses surgery on groin problem…with Scotland star also out of roster for international break
- Manchester United travel to Molineux on Sunday to take on Wolves in the league
- Scotland also has three international matches for the upcoming break
- Scott McTominay will not participate in either as he is recovering from surgery
- The midfielder had a groin problem that caused him pain in the first two games
Scotland and Manchester United have been dealt a blow ahead of their upcoming games, with midfielder Scott McTominay sidelined for groin surgery.
The 24-year-old will play a key role for United’s midfielder this season, starting his season with an outstanding performance against Leeds United in a 5-1 win.
However, McTominay was able to manage just 14 minutes of the 1-1 draw against Southampton, with United revealing that the 24-year-old struggled with the groin the entire time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Scotland boss Steve Clarke will be without McTominay for key games
“Scott underwent surgery for a permanent groin injury that caused a lot of pain while playing,” the club wrote in a statement. pronunciation.
“After trying all other treatment options in the preseason, surgery was deemed necessary to resolve the issue.
“We hope to have him back soon.”
The midfielder will miss United’s game against Wolves in Molineux on Sunday, as well as Scotland’s World Cup qualifiers against Denmark, Moldova and Austria.
The Scottish star added a message to his fans on Instagram: ‘Just to let you all know that I’ve had minor surgery on an issue that needed to be addressed over the past few months.
The 24-year-old made an impressive start to the season against Leeds on opening day
McTominay will be desperate to help his country to a World Cup qualifiers final
“I hate to miss games, so to miss Wolves on the weekend and the international break is so disappointing, but that’s part of the game.
“I wish all the boys the best of luck and I’ll be back sooner than you think.”
Fred and Nemanja Matic started the disappointment of the St Mary’s and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to pick the Sebian again in Molineux.
The Norwegian boss was impressed with McTominay against Leeds and was awarded the Scot for credit after a disrupted preseason.
“Scott driving on was a big thing. He hasn’t played more than 20 minutes in pre-season, and he played them as a central defender,” Solskjaer said after the game at Old Trafford.
“It was one of those situations where you kept him a secret because you knew this was a game for him. Scott turns his arrival great, as did Scholesy. Scott is a beast, physically he can run all day. He was excellent, a real man out there.”