Manchester United fans were definitely not pleased with how Scott McTominay performed vs Liverpool in the dreadful 4-1 loss against their rivals.
The Scotsman hasn’t had the best pre-season tour so far and compounded the misery further by failing to put in even just a solid shift.
Tasked to feature alongside Ander Herrera, McTominay couldn’t show any mobility or technical ability in a match most will be hoping to forget quickly.
Some United supporters brushed the result off as just being a pre-season friendly whilst others believe it’s a sign of things to come.
Now many believe Scott’s poor form is proof he should be loaned out this season and his spot in the squad should go to someone else.
Dealt a footballing masterclass by Klopps kids. Proper drubbing.
Zero midfield. Besides Pereira..there's nothing there..nothing. McTominay? Loan now.
We've chased shadows all day long. Fred knows now. Lmao. He's going to be doing this all season. It's what we do.
— All For United🔴 (@allforunited) July 28, 2018
Scott McTominay’s level is Leeds United. Not Manchester United, Leeds United.
— Ryan. 🔴 (@Vintage_Utd) July 28, 2018
Herrera-McTominay midfield would be 3rd choice for Celtic
— Big Barda (@NickiiDupre) July 28, 2018
McTominay is dreadful. Get him out on loan quick
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) July 28, 2018
Darmian should be off as soon as possible hopefully. It’ll be an unpopular opinion amongst the ‘Top Reds’ as he’s an academy graduate but McTominay is not good enough for United – he really is incredibly one dimension. #mufc
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) July 28, 2018
Scott McTominay is the most ordinary football I have ever seen. Sorry but just because he’s from youth doesn’t mean you have to pretend he is good. He’s bang average.
— Fellexit (@Mark_Champ20ns) July 28, 2018
That someone else could potentially be Andreas Pereira who left last season to Valencia on loan due to his desire for first team football.
Despite not being guaranteed that this season either he’s stated he is willing to stay and fight for his place this time around.
Ironically, McTominay had only gotten his shot in the starting XI due to Pereira’s departure as he capitalised on Manchester United’s injury crisis.
Had the Belgian remained at Old Trafford, he could’ve potentially helped the club navigate through that period better than they did.