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Man Utd make Scott McTominay contract decision after the midfielder leaves a super-sub performances this season

Manchester United are ready to hand midfielder Scott McTominay a new contract, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe impressed by his performances.

Per the Daily Star, new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS have been impressed by McTominay's performances and believe that the Scotland international can be a key player for the future and are willing to hand him both a new deal and a pay rise. This season, McTominay has scored seven league goals in 25 games.

United have the option to extend McTominay's current £60,000-per-week deal by a further year but the report claims he can expect to double his money and extend his stay as a result. There had been interest from West Ham and Newcastle in securing his signature but United are keen to tie him down.

The Scotland star is a lifelong United fan and has made 243 appearances for the club in total. In that time, he has netted 28 goals and provided eight assists, while also winning 41 caps for his country.

McTominay could next be in action against Brentford when the Premier League returns on Saturday. They are currently sixth in the table.

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