The 26-year-old was a regular for the Red Devils during the 2022-23 season, appearing on 39 occasions in all competitions, although he only started 10 times in the Premier League, falling down the pecking order with the additions of Christian Eriksen and Casemiro.
McTominay was heavily connected with a move away from Old Trafford in January, but United manager Erik Ten Hag was unwilling to let the Scotland international depart in the middle of the season.
The Red Devils academy product recently revealed his joy in Manchester, saying he ‘loves’ playing under Ten Hag.
However, his future is currently the subject of much conjecture, with Newcastle United rumored to be planning a summer move after being connected with his services in January.
According to the source, Manchester United would want at least £20 million for McTominay, with West Ham United also keeping a close eye on his situation at Old Trafford.
Throughout the 2022-23 season, the Scot battled for starts, appearing from the start only once in the Europa League and twice in the FA Cup.
Due to the injuries to Antony and Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes was shifted into a forward position for the FA Cup final against Manchester City last weekend, but Fred was favored over McTominay, with the academy product only appearing for the final seven minutes.
Man United’s aim for the summer transfer window is to sign a new center-forward, as the team is lacking in that position.
Wout Weghorst’s loan from Burnley has now finished, while Martial is being extensively linked with a move elsewhere, leaving Marcus Rashford as the only first-team player with consistent experience playing through the middle.
Ten Hag is also rumored to desire a center-back, with Napoli’s Kim Min-Jae rumored to be on his way to the club, but a new central midfielder is also expected.
Mason Mount is rumored to be the top target, with the England international set to depart Chelsea, and his arrival would push McTominay further down the pecking order.
Everton avoided relegation from the Premier League on the last weekend of the season, thanks to a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth at Goodison Park.