Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay is getting some great guidance at Manchester United reportedly.
The Scotsman’s stock has grown dramatically this season, becoming a key player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and a mainstay for the national team when fit.
He can only get better as time goes on and now he is receiving some good advice at Manchester United.
A report has claimed that McTominay is being offered tips and hints by Portuguese superstar Bruno Fernandes (Bleacher Report). The midfielder’s burst onto the scene at Manchester United, winning the Premier League’s Player of the Month award for February, scoring three goals and notching four assists in nine games.
It states that the pair have a similar mindset for success and meeting high demands. Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is believed to think McTominay will improve most from Fernandes’ influence.
The recent arrival from Sporting Lisbon is keen to help McTominay too. By pulling him aside at times when he believes he can help, Fernandes is doing his bit to make the Scottish midfielder a better footballer.
In terms of current players to learn from, Scotland’s midfield anchor could do a lot worse than learn from Fernandes.