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Scott McTominay was spotted relaxing by a pool ‘in Ibiza alongside Michael Carrick’ just days after Manchester United‘s FA Cup final victory against rivals Manchester City.

McTominay, who started Saturday’s match, limped off the pitch in the third minute of injury time after appearing to suffer an injury to his leg.

The midfielder was replaced by Mason Mount and was also shown a yellow card by referee Andy Madley for appearing to delay the game by throwing a second ball onto the pitch. 

The Scot was spotted limping as he walked to the dugout but it appears he may still be suffering from the issue. 

The 27-year-old, who has featured in 43 games this season for United across all competitions, returning 10 goals and three assists, was sat by a swimming pool enjoying a well-earned holiday following the Cup final. 

Scott McTominay was seen relaxing at a pool in Ibiza alongside Micheal Carrick following Man United’s FA Cup triumph on Saturday

The Man United midfielder appeared to sustain an injury during the match and was seen inspecting his leg while he relaxed by the pool

The Man United midfielder appeared to sustain an injury during the match and was seen inspecting his leg while he relaxed by the pool

Following their FA Cup final victory against Man City, United's stars were pictured lapping up the celebrations after the match (McTominay left, Marcus Rashford right)

Following their FA Cup final victory against Man City, United’s stars were pictured lapping up the celebrations after the match (McTominay left, Marcus Rashford right) 

During the clip, McTominay appears to be inspecting something on his right leg, sparking fears among some fans over the Scotland international’s fitness for this summer’s European Championships

Instagram account @benchviews.tv claimed that former Man United interim manager, Carrick, had joined McTominay by the pool, with the Scotland star appearing to show the Middlesbrough boss the injury on his leg.

They added: ‘I hope McT is all good for the euros… seems like the injury from yesterday is still bothering him!’ 

The pair engaged in conversation while they relaxed at the pool, with McTominay fresh from United’s FA Cup celebrations. 

Erik ten Hag’s side sealed a 2-1

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