Scot Gemmill has made three changes to his Scotland U21s squad ahead of next week’s matches against Czech Republic and San Marino.
Manchester City prospect, currently on loan at NAC Breda, Lewis Fiorini, Dundee United attacker Logan Chalmers and Motherwell keeper Peter Morrison have been drafted in.
This is due to Robby McCrorie and Ryan Porteous moving up to the senior Scotland side and Hull City’s James Scott being forced to pull out.
Fiorini has started his time in Holland well, the Manchester City starlet scoring his first senior goal with almost his first touch in a 2-1 NAC Breda win over Jong PSV recently. He’ll only be available for the second qualifier against San Marino
Chalmers has begun the Micky Mellon era at Dundee United brightly, attracting reported interest from the Premier League in recent weeks. Morrison meanwhile has become Motherwell’s number two keeper after injury to Scott Fox.
The trio will now take part in Scotland’s UEFA Euro U21s qualifiers next week, starting with a game at Tynecastle against Czech Republic on October 9th before a trip to San Marino on October 13th.