What do you expect the players to do after the end of a season? Vacations, family, endorsements, etc. Not for Manchester United’s Scott McTominay who has refused to put his foot off the gas after an impressive season.

McTominay posted a picture on Instagram of him and his friends, in which the Scottish international looks all ripped and motivated after a boot camp at Barcelona.

The Scot made nine starts and seven sub appearances in the Premier League, while also featuring in the Champions League games against PSG and Barcelona, where he was one of the standout performers and was praised by the manager.

The 22-year-old now looks to secure a place in the starting lineup for the Red Devils next season.

Former United manager Jose Mourinho had put his faith in the midfielder but with a major rebuilding project underway in Manchester, the academy graduate will need to be his absolute best to get some regular game time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer next season.

The Norwegian’s dream to revive the “United Way” of football needs players like the passionate Scot to lead the way.

With Ander Herrera and Juan Mata leaving and Paul Pogba being linked heavily to Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid, it seems to be the perfect time for McTominay to dominate the proceedings in midfield.

Scott McTominay looking absolutely shredded during his holidays –

Via @utdxtra
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