Callum Paterson has signed for Sheffield Wednesday from Cardiff City ahead of the Scotland triple header next week.
The versatile forward has been selected for duty next week as Steve Clarke leads his side into UEFA Nations League matches and a crucial Euro 2020 play-off match.
They will face Israel on October 8th for a place in the Euro play-off final in November.
Prior to that though he’s swapped Wales for Yorkshire, moving from Cardiff to Sheffield. He’s signed for an undisclosed fee and goes straight into the squad for the weekend’s Championship game with Queen’s Park Rangers.
Paterson started his career as a right-back at Hearts but was eventually pushed further forward as he added goals to his game throughout his time in Gorgie, attracting plenty of interest.
He would move to Cardiff in 2017 following progression through the Tynecastle ranks. After 106 appearances and 21 goals for the Bluebirds, Paterson is now with Sheffield Wednesday ahead of a massive week for his national side.