Man Utd midfielder Scott McTominay told to find new club with summer move to Scottish side already identified

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Scott McTominay has been urged to join Rangers this summer, while a former Man Utd star has claimed he isn’t good enough to play for Celtic

Former Manchester United star Paul Parker has claimed that Scott McTominay should join Rangers this summer. The midfielder could be sold by the Red Devils in what is likely to be a busy transfer window.

McTominay has spent recent seasons as a first team regular for his boyhood club, however he has fallen down the pecking order under Erik ten Hag and has made only seven starts in the Premier League this term. While the Scotland international will still have two years left on his contract this summer, Parker believes he should seek a move away and could potentially join the Scottish Premiership.

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Speaking to MyBettingSites, Parker said: “I think it could be a possibility for him to go to Rangers. He is not good enough to play for Celtic. There is no way he would be able to play regularly for Celtic in the way they play. He will have a better chance of playing if he moves to Rangers.

“But it’s a big decision for him to leave Man United. But he has to do it because right now he is also playing jeopardy with his spot in the national team. He can be a sub for Man United but if he got anything about himself he wants to play as many games as possible. Right now his career isn’t something to write about and he needs to show that he is hungry enough to get a decent career. I expect that he wants to leave Man United to show that he is a good player.”

McTominay is currently behind the likes of Casemiro, Fred and Marcel Sabitzer, while he will fall even further out of Ten Hag’s plans when Christian Eriksen returns from injury. The 26-year-old has lived in England his whole life but could be open to a move to Scotland as he looks to revitalise his career and confirm his place in the international team.

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