Two promising Scottish talents have made moves to Holland today as Manchester City prospect Lewis Fiorini and Frank Ross move to the Netherlands.

It’s become an increasing trend with young Scots going overseas, with Fraser Hornby, Ryan Gauld, David Bates, Jack Harper and George Johnston just some of the names to have made moves in recent times. The Man City talent and ex-Don Ross are the latest.

Manchester City Training Session

Fiorini is leaving Manchester City for Holland. (Photo by Tom Flathers/Manchester City FC via Getty Images)

Fiorini is joining NAC Breda on loan in the second tier of Dutch football. An attacking midfielder, Fiorini is highly thought of by Man City and has the will to drive his team forward, earning Scotland U19 caps recently too.


Ross is moving to fellow Eerste Divisie side Go Ahead Eagles following his departure from Aberdeen earlier this year. He signs a two-year deal with the Eagles as he looks forward to a new challenge in Holland.

Both players will come up against each other in December when Go Ahead Eagles host NAC Breda. It’ll be interesting to see how two more of Scotland’s young talents fare in a foreign league.

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