Man Utd midfielder to lose £1m after investment in fiance’s family company

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Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay could face a loss of nearly £1 million due to his investment in a failed company owned by his fiancée’s father.

The company, Fortress Capital Partners, overseen by Cameron Reading and her father Ashley, went bankrupt last year, leaving McTominay and 229 others in a challenging financial situation.

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The company, known for borrowing funds from major investors and lending at high interest rates, owed a total of £18 million.

Reports suggest that the Readings also put significant investments into luxury properties across various countries, with Scott McTominay contributing £1 million towards a property in Portugal.

However, administrators have projected that investors are only likely to receive 10 pence for every £1 invested, meaning McTominay may recover only £100,000 of his initial investment.

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McTominay’s fiance, Cameron Reading, 23, who owes the firm £1.2 million, has been criticized for flaunting her luxurious lifestyle on social media, including photos of extravagant holidays and expensive hotels.

Meanwhile, as at the time of publishing the report, there’s yet to be comments by the Manchester United star following the incident.

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