Scott McTominay holds TIGER and poses with bear as Man Utd ace and stunning girlfriend visit exotic animal farm in Dubai | The Sun

SCOTT MCTOMINAY held a TIGER and posed with a bear as the Manchester United star enjoyed a visit to an exotic farm in Dubai with his girlfriend.

The Scottish international midfielder, 26, has been on a warm-weather training camp with his team-mates in Spain.

He was pictured hard at work in a training session at the Jerez de la Frontera last week alongside the rest of his team-mates who had not been on World Cup duty.

United then lost to 4-2 Cadiz on December 7 – a match the ace started.

He then played the full 90 minutes as the Red Devils were handed another setback on Saturday.

Nabil Fekir scored the only goal as Real Betis defeated Erik ten Hag’s side.


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Now it seems that the squad were allowed a couple of days off after the trip to Spain, and McTominay looks to have taken full advantage of the break by heading to Dubai – unless he has saved the snaps until now of course.

But instead of just sunning himself and lounging around in the searing heat, he and his girlfriend Cam Reading decided to take a walk on the wild side.

While decked out in blue shorts and a white shirt, he and the beautiful blonde paid a visit to the private Famepark to get up close and personal with a number of exotic animals.

McTominay shared a number of snaps from his and Reading’s big day out, showing the smiling couple holding giant snakes, meeting a bear and even stroking a TIGER.

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He captioned the photos with: “Thank you so much to Mr @sb_belhasa for an incredible day 🐯❤️ @fame.park.”

McTominay will now turn his attention to a return to domestic action once he returns to Manchester.

United defeated Fulham 2-1 last time out on November 13 to move fifth in the Premier League.But they will have to be up for the cup next week when they host Burnley in the Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday in their first competitive game back.

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