Scott McTominay 'chooses Scotland over England' after talks with both countries

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McTominay's manager, however, believes that he should concentrate on his Old Trafford career and claimed to have no knowledge of England and Scotland's tussle for the player.

The 21-year-old was born in Lancaster but his father hails from Helensburgh, north-west of Glasgow.

"He has now played already, I don't know, seven or eight 90 minutes - he's not played five or ten minutes - in every competition". You want form players, and central midfield is probably not their strongest position.

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The former England midfielder, who is now banned from football after breaching betting rules, added: "Maybe Manchester United and Fergie [Sir Alex Ferguson] have influenced it".

"Who will I support in the World Cup qualifiers? If he's got that, it'd be very hard for him to play for England".

He made his senior debut against Arsenal in May and has played 17 games, including starting the past three.

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"It is not easy and then national team will be just a outcome of his work at the club but I can't confirm at all that both national teams have contacted him".

McTominay wants to represent England and could even be included in Southgate's squad for this month's friendlies against Holland and Italy. He's a fantastic young player and it's great for us as a country. "I can't confirm because I have no information about that and my advice to him is not about national teams, is not about that". Speaking to MUTV, he said: "Because it looks like England is missing him, if I was Alex McLeish, the first thing I would do would be to come to me".

"Scotland have improved the last qualification campaign and if he feels more Scottish than English fair play to the kid".

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