Manchester United has set a price for the summer sale of Scott McTominay to West Ham United. West Ham manager David Moyes is in need of a high-quality central midfielder, and McTominay is someone who he admires, as relays the HammerNews.
As per a report by 90min, Manchester United is demanding a minimum fee of £25 million for the Scottish international. While McTominay is not as talented as Rice and should not be seen as a direct replacement for the latter, he would still be an excellent addition to Moyes’ team.
McTominay possesses impressive energy, stamina, strength, and speed, making him a tenacious and tireless player. For a price of £25 million, signing McTominay would be a wise investment for West Ham, given his attributes and Moyes’ usual player preferences.
However, Newcastle is also reportedly interested in McTominay, adding an element of competition to the potential transfer.