Scott McTominay shows off his incredible muscular physique as the Manchester United midfielder hits the gym during his summer break… and stunned fans call him an ‘absolute monster’
- Scott McTominay will be desperate to impress Man United manager Erik ten Hag
- He has posted photos taken from a late-night gym session alongside two friends
- United supporters have been left stunned by the midfielder’s new, ripped shape
United’s players are set to report back to their Carrington training ground on Monday ahead of their flight out to Thailand for the start of their tour on July 8.
The trip will mark their first foray into action under new boss Erik ten Hag, and his players will be desperate to cement their claim for regular minutes next season.
Manchester United star Scott McTominay has left fans stunned with his ripped physique (left)
One of those is midfielder McTominay, who has proved a decisive figure at the club.
However, he has taken to social media to share a picture of himself during a late-night session alongside two friends, and social media users are impressed.
In the photo, McTominay is standing topless, showing off his rippling muscles.
McTominay also shared another photo from a late-night session, showing him working hard
His condition suggests he has spent time working hard on his physicality in recent weeks, an attribute that may see him remain a key player under Ten Hag.
He also shared another snap taken from the same session, showing him doing a side plank with his feet raised next to Callum Whelan, a former United academy product.
Reacting to his change in shape, one fan joked: ‘Our players are training so that they could be included in the new Street Fighter game.’
‘Looks like he’s eaten [Cristiano] Ronaldo,’ another user said.
Social media users have had their say on his condition, with one even calling him a ‘monster’
A third wrote: ‘Absolute monster, looking like Zlatan [Ibrahimovic].’
Meanwhile, a fourth was less impressed, adding: ‘If six packs won you trophies, United would have a quadruple.’
McTominay made 45 appearances for club and country last season, and remains an integral player to United despite criticism from supporters over his ability.
He will hope to defy his critics with his physique, and has already made extraordinary leaps to become Premier League-ready over the years.
Indeed, the midfielder was just 5ft 6in aged 18 at the start of 2015, and youth team coaches at United doubted whether he would make the grade at the very top.
He then went through a growth spurt, however, and now stands at 6ft 4in.