Scott McTominay gives an update on his health, after missing crucial game for Scotland

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Manchester United midfielder, Scott McTominay, has shared some good news with his fans, amid scares regarding his wellbeing, after missing Scotland’s game against Denmark on Monday.

McTominay was absent during his country’s 2-0 win over Denmark on Monday evening, after picking up a throat illness that forced him to withdraw from international duty.

But it appears the hardworking midfielder has recovered well in time for United’s upcoming game against Watford in the Premiere League this weekend.

McTominay was a doubt for the game, before now, but his return will no doubt give a much-needed boost to the team when we face the Hornets.

A message he shared on his Instagram on Monday read, “Tough one to take not being available to help the boys this past week through not being well but I’ve recovered well and just want to wish the squad the best of luck for tonight.”

While McTominay is back and better, Luke Shaw remains a doubt for the game, as we await an update on his own fitness, while Paul Pogba is out until next year.

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