Scott McTominay was substituted in last night’s match between Manchester United and Fulham as Scotland manager Steve Clarke awaits the full extent of his injury.

The midfielder started the game as Manchester United secured second place in the Premier League with a 1-1 draw. But the Scotland utility man was substituted just after 60 minutes with an ankle injury.

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A potential blow (Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)

Clarke is set to announce his Scotland squad for Euro 2020 this afternoon while Manchester United will contest the Europa League final next week. McTominay is set for a scan on his ankle to find out the extent of the damage, in what could be a huge blow for club and country (DE via BBC).

McTominay has performed admirably at centre-back and in midfield for Scotland, a key figure in booking the nation’s first spot at a major tournament since 1998. Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he needs assessed. Clarke is already missing midfielders Ryan Jack and Kenny McLean for the tournament through injury.

Solskjaer said (MUFC): “We have had a couple of players who have got knocks, with Scott [McTominay] and Fred. So I will see how they are. Unfortunately Scott had to come off.”

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